Trial errors denied Craiglist killer a fair trial, attorney tells Supreme Court. Reported by Stephanie Warsmith. A prosecutor referred to convicted Craiglist killer Richard Beasley as “a wolf in sheep’s clothing” in the opening statement in his Summit County trial — an inappropriate biblical reference. A juror was permitted to remain on the triple-murder trial even though he admitted to knowing an FBI agent testifying in the case. Beasley’s prior criminal record was mentioned during the trial, potentially prejudicing the jury. These are a few of the errors that Beasley’s attorney pointed out Tuesday morning to the Ohio Supreme Court that — when added up — he claims meant Beasley didn’t get a fair trial in Summit County.