Hospital Worker Convicted of Stabbing Boss 72 Times

BETHESDA, Md. — A Suburban Hospital worker was convicted Dec. 15 of first-degree murder for stabbing his boss 72 times with a 12-inch knife on New Year’s Day 2011.

Keith Little reportedly stabbed Roosevelt Brockington Jr. after Brockington gave him a poor review at work, The Washington Post reports. Little had been acquitted five years earlier on charges that he fatally shot a co-worker six times.

Jurors were shown a video of Little stuffing gloves and a ski mask into the bottom of a trash can. Little’s DNA matched genetic material inside the gloves, while Brockington’s DNA was on the outside of the gloves.

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