David Biro, 17, was found guilty of all charges and given three life sentences.
The judge said, ‘He wanted to kill, apparently, to achieve some sort of infamy from that killing – some sort of notoriety.’
In 1994, a court ruled against Biro’s murder appeal and his life sentence was upheld.
He later admitted committing the despicable crimes for the ‘thrill of it’.
He told friends that he just ‘wanted to see what it would feel like to shoot someone’.
He’d plotted the murders for weeks and chose Richard and Nancy because their home was directly opposite the police station.
It seems the teenager wanted to brag about what he’d done under the noses of the police.
David Biro: teenage killer