Graeme Zielinski - Express-News
“Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned,” DiMaio said, motioning toward Lopez, who sat in the dock. “And there's a reason for that. Because it's true.”
Dressed in a black sweater, Lopez sat while the verdict was read as she had for much of the trial, slump-shouldered and expressionless.
Phil Meyer, who along with Angus McGinty represented Lopez, vowed an appeal of the conviction, citing “various reversible errors.”
“When my brother died, I died,” she said. “All of us died.”
Hernandez's parents, who have cared for the couple's 11-year-old son since the murder, cried quietly.
“Help end her nightmare,” he said.