|Published:||Apr 25, 2011 11:24 PM EDT|
|Updated:||Apr 25, 2011 8:24 PM EDT|
FORT MYERS, Fla.- Kevin Foster, the mastermind behind a vicious gang that terrorized a town 15 years ago, is asking a judge to leave death row.
He was convicted of pulling the trigger and killing popular band teacher Mark Schwebes on his front doorstep.
Last November, a member of the Lords of Chaos, Derek Shields, sat down for an exclusive interview to talk about the heinous crime.
The gang hatched a plan after Schwebes saw them trying to steal from Riverdale High School after a band function.
The Lords of Chaos tracked him down at home and shot him to death.
Schwebes' sister has been following Foster's case since the last day of her brother's life.
Although the murder was the most vicious crime, the four man crew is also responsible for burning down the historic Coca Cola building in downtown Fort Myers, and torching a restaurant. So why is Foster now asking for mercy?
His new lawyer says his old lawyer didn't do enough to defend him, skipping key mental evaluations that may have helped to keep him off Death Row.
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