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A US Navy veteran slammed Hawaii’s lax prison policies for placing his father in a cell with a Satanic ‘phrogger’, who beat him to death while hapless guards failed to open the door due to allegedly faulty locks.
Nelson Coburn condemned a string of failings that allowed mentally-ill Satanist Ezequiel Zayas to be placed in a cell with his father Vance Grace, 62, who was just weeks away from freedom after spending 34 years behind bars for theft and drug offenses.
With dreams of starting a Koy Pond business in Hawaii and reconnecting with his family, Grace was placed in a cell with Zayas, then-29, who captured headlines the year prior in 2019 when he was caught secretly living in a Honolulu family’s home. The crime known as ‘phrogging’ and is named after the practice of leap-frogging someone into their home.
After Zayas was discovered, the family later realized he planned to perform nightmarish surgeries on them. Despite his clear mental illness, he ended up in a cell with Grace, leading his son to speak out over the short-sighted policies that resulted in his father’s grisly death.
‘The problem is no one speaks up, and you think ‘it’s just another inmate that got killed in prison, oh well he’s a criminal » Coburn told DailyMail.com. ‘My dad did his time and he was working to improve his life.’
Ezequiel Zayas pictured inside the Campbell home, where he had written disturbing plans to perform ‘sexual reconstruction’ surgeries and ‘hand transplants’
Zayas was caught secretly living in the home of James and Brittany Campbell (pictured) in 2019, before they discovered he had been planning to perform nightmarish surgeries on them
MOVED INTO UNWITTING FAMILY’S HOME AND PLANNED ‘SEXUAL RECONSTRUCTION’ SURGERIES ON THEM
Zayas shot to infamy in September 2019, when he was caught secretly living in the home of James and Brittany Campbell and their two young sons when they returned from a week’s vacation.
After initially believing it to be a frightening break-in, they realized Zayas was wearing their clothes, eventually coming to discover they were victims of a crime that will strike fear into the hearts of homeowners everywhere.
They discovered a ‘manifesto’ written by the creeper, detailing gruesome plans for the family including ‘sexual reconstruction’ surgery and a ‘hand transplant.’
‘There [were] all these typed notes called ‘The Omnivore Trials: A rehabilitation for Ratlike people’ James Campbell said on Lifetime true crime show, ‘Phrogging: Hider in My House.’
‘This is when we realized this person had been in our home a lot longer,’ his wife Brittany told the New York Post after the haunting discovery, which included diary entries about turning the family from omnivores to ‘Ezequiels.’
‘He wanted to play doctor on us — and not in the cute little kid way,’ Brittany said. ‘[He wrote about] how he could make us into perfect people.’
Zayas, with no medical training, had even placed knives around the home in preparation, while also completely trashing their home and recording a seemingly-nude video using their belongings.
James said he realized the intruder had not merely broken in when he saw Zayas wearing his clothes, before he found the killer’s gruesome ‘manifesto’
Zayas recorded a seemingly-nude video on the family’s laptop, where he was seen using their belongings while they were unaware he was inside
The family’s Honolulu home was trashed and scattered mess was strewn about the property after the Campbell’s returned from a week-long vacation in September 2019
SYSTEM FAILINGS OFFER LUNATIC OPPORTUNITY TO STRIKE AGAIN
Shockingly, the then-29-year-old was only charged with burglary and was freed on supervised release, which James said was ‘terrifying that he is out.’
Just weeks later, Zayas was arrested again for vandalizing a Buddhist temple near the University of Hawaii at Manoa.
While in custody at the Oahu Community Correctional Center (OCCC) in August 2020 for that crime, Zayas contracted Covid-19 and was locked up in a secure cell with Grace and a third inmate, who had also come in contact with the virus.
At the time, Covid-19 was running rampant across the US, and Hawaii had offered low-risk inmates such as Grace the chance to be freed early.
Grace was just a month or so away from getting out anyway, and Coburn said he declined to pay for his early bail, a decision that has left him wondering ‘what if.’
Locked in a cage with a man with a violent, disturbing history, Grace was brutally attacked in an episode that a judge deemed entirely ‘unprovoked’, and Coburn said his father and the inmate ‘weren’t bothering anybody’ when Zayas flew into a frenzy.
Both men urgently pleaded for help from prison guards as the attack erupted, as Zayas punched and stomped Grace mercilessly.
‘He should have been in his own cell due to the state of his mind,’ Coburn, who now works as a real estate agent, told DailyMail.com.
When guards arrived, they reportedly realized the locks to the cell had jammed.
The only solution to stop the savage assault was for the other inmate to activate an emergency release, where he and a guard were able to jointly open the door from both sides – which slammed shut immediately after the officials hauled Zayas away.
Grace lay on the cold cell floor for a significant amount of time until a locksmith was called to open the door. While Grace was pronounced dead at a hospital, Coburn says he paid for a private autopsy that found he likely died inside the cell from blunt force trauma.
The Oahu Community Correctional Center did not immediately respond to a request for comment when contacted by DailyMail.com.
Zayas was sentenced to 40 years in prison in August 2023 on manslaughter charges related to Grace’s death, alongside further charges of burglary and assault – a result that Coburn feels could have been avoided if not for serious safety oversights.
‘It’s sad that the system found (Zayas) long ago, and all the people that were affected by him was because of failings that happened well before anything happened to my father,’ he said.
The brutal killing occurred while both Zayas and Grace were held in Oahu Community Correctional Facility (pictured) in August 2020
‘COMMON SENSE WOULD HAVE PREVENTED BRUTAL MURDER’
Coburn claims that information surrounding his father’s death emerged slowly, and now three years on he is looking for answers over the brutal death and has filed a lawsuit against Hawaii and the Department of Public Safety.
‘My dad did his time, and at the end of the day that’s why people get sentenced, to do the time for the crimes they committed,’ he said. ‘But we should still provide a level of safety in prison.
‘The problem is no one speaks up, and you think ‘it’s just another inmate that got killed in prison, oh well he’s a criminal… My dad did his time and he was working to improve his life.’
In his filing, Coburn alleges that Hawaii prison officials knowingly placed his father ‘in jeopardy of serious injury and death’, failing to take Zayas’ unhinged past into account.
He alleged that officials ‘failed to follow basic common sense correctional practices that would have prevented Mr. Grace’s brutal murder at the hands of a violent cellmate.’
Coburn insists he is not seeking money in his lawsuit, and intends only to ’cause enough of a ruckus’ to ‘bring awareness to the Hawaii prison systems.’
He added that he hopes to ‘ensure that we get these things addressed and fixed so that way other people’s family members don’t have to go through something similar to what I experienced.’
‘Obviously, he had mental health issues. Why weren’t there people advocating for and helping him?’
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