Cummings, who was raised in Pacoima, says he is also waging a battle of survival within the walls of the notorious San Quentin State Prison. Cummings and his partner in crime, Kenneth Gay, were convicted of fatally shooting Verna, a father of two young boys, six times during a traffic stop in Lake View Terrace. Prosecutors said Cummings fired the first shot, then passed the gun to Gay, who fired five more to avoid arrest for a series of violent San Fernando Valley robberies. Both inmates were convicted of first-degree murder and sentenced to death in Gay, who declined to be interviewed and has also denied guilt, had his death sentence overturned for a second time seven years ago due to court error.
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However, some victims, such as "Renee" of Scottsdale, Arizona, were willing to share their stories. She began dating Cummings in He told her that his name was "Anthony T'Adosio" a professional kick-boxer who came from a wealthy family with real estate holdings in Hawaii. She thought that he was nice and caring. Just two weeks later, they were married. Renee's parents gave the couple their blessing, only after hiring a private investigator who found nothing suspicious in T'Adosio's background.
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Two juries returned first-degree murder verdicts Friday against Raynard Cummings and Kenneth Gay for the shooting death of a Los Angeles policeman who had stopped them two years ago for a minor traffic violation. As the verdicts were read, a murmur of approval was heard in the courtroom, which was filled to capacity with police and friends of the slain officer, year-old Paul Verna. Because both men were found guilty of first-degree murder in the death of an on-duty police officer, they face either the death penalty or life imprisonment without possibility of parole.