Killer of Good Guys Manager Gets Additional 35 Years
The murderer of Vladimir Djordjevic, a manager of the strip club Good Guys on Wisconsin Avenue in Glover Park, was sentenced to 35 years in prison last week by the U.S. District Court, according to the Associated Press.
Vasile Graure attacked Djordjevic in November 2007 after being thrown out of Good Guys for photographing one of the dancers. Graure then shortly returned to the entrance of the club and poured gasoline on Djordjevic and ignited it, causing burns over 90 percent of the manager's body. Graure was found guilty of assault and arson four years ago and given a 30-year sentence in prison.
According to WTOP, Djordjevic had undergone dozens of painful surgeries since the attack and testified from his hospital bed by videotape during Graure's first trial. Djordjevic died from his injuries in May 2010; Graure was convicted of murder in January.