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In 1998, in two different trials, one in Queens and the other in Brooklyn, juries found Eddie Seda guilty of three counts of murder and nine counts of attempted murder and he was sentenced to a total of 235 years in prison, per Oxygen. Seda’s first possible parole date isn’t until December 2231, according to the New York State Incarcerated Lookup website.
For years, Eddie Seda’s home was the infamous Attica Prison in Wyoming County, New York, made famous by the 1971 riot that’s considered the deadliest in U.S. history. While there, he married a fellow inmate, Synthia-China Blast, a transgender woman, according to New York Magazine, and spent his time reading the Bible, making origami, and watching hunting shows on TV. Seda is currently incarcerated in the Clinton Correctional Facility, a maximum-security prison in Clinton County, New York, according to the New York State Incarcerated Lookup website. In an interview with New York Magazine, Blast said that Seda doesn’t like people calling him a “copycat.”