A MURDERER who gunned down a North Kensington carer on his first wedding anniversary was told to 'burn in hell' as he was led to the cells.
Sara, widow of 36-year-old Curtis Smith, of Highlever Road, Ladbroke Grove, shouted out the jibe as Andrew Denty, 31, of Waterloo, was escorted out of the Old Bailey dock on Friday.
After a two week trial, he was convicted of murdering Mr Smith outside a east London club with a Mach-10 sub-machine gun on July 27 last year.
Since 2003, Mr Smith had cared for Denty's wheelchair-bound brother, Clifford, who was paralysed from the waist down after being shot.
But during time spent with the family, he spotted Denty with firearms and realised he was dealing drugs.
Last Spring, Mr Smith told close friend Omar Brown that Denty had pulled a gun on him and had once hidden a weapon in a compartment in Clifford's wheelchair.
He described his future killer as 'a man in charge of everyone and not caring about anyone'.
Weeks before three bullets were pumped into his head and neck, Curtis also told his bosses that he feared for his safety.
He had not wanted to leave his role because he did not want to abandon disabled Clifford. Soon after, Denty – who is thought to have been jealous of their close relationship – shot him dead at a birthday party.
In court, Denty blamed a 'mystery gunman' for the crime.
Following the conviction, Mr Smith's family said: "Curtis was the kindest, most giving person we ever met.
"His life was taken in the most cowardly, violent way by an evil and twisted criminal, who showed no remorse for his actions.
"His death is a huge loss, which has not only left a hole in our lives, but a wound that will never heal."
Denty, who will be sentenced on July 17, was warned he faces a life sentence.
Emmanuel Okot, 25, of City Walk, Southwark, who admitted hiding the murder weapon, will be sentenced on the same day.
George Ogaba, 19, of Leontine Close, Peckham, was cleared of conspiracy to pervert the course of justice.