Slave Case From 2003 Finally Resolved In Court

Recently, Scott Schweickert confessed to the murder and dismemberment of two men in Tampa Bay, Florida. Schweickert faced Judge Vivian Corvo as they discussed every sordid detail of the killings.

Schweickert said that he and Steve Lorenzo drugged, raped and murdered the two victims on separate occasions after leaving a Tampa Bay bar in December of 2003. Schweickert stated that he and Lorenzo developed a plan to  meet single, gay men, take them to Steven Lorenzo’s Tampa home and make them permanent slaves.

He said the two would be sex slaves that they would trade or kill when they tired of them.

“After almost 14 years of having to go through waiting for this trial, which I shouldn’t have had to done, it should’ve been done a lot sooner than 14 years,” said Pam Williams, the mother of one of the victims.

According to The Tampa Bay Times, the plea agreement states that Schweickert agrees to testify against Lorenzo, whom he long ago implicated in the two men’s killings.

Schweickert is already serving a 40-year sentence for conspiring to use and distribute the “date-rape” drug GHB.

Schweickert met Lorenzo online in 2003 and the two men talked about their interest in “bondage, torture and sadomasochistic sexual activity with men,” according to The Tampa Bay Times.