SB 10.57.5

evaṁ bhinna-matis tābhyāṁ
 satrājitam asattamaḥ
śayānam avadhīl lobhāt
 sa pāpaḥ kṣīṇa jīvitaḥ
Synonyms: 
evam — thus; bhinna — affected; matiḥ — whose mind; tābhyām — by the two of them; satrājitam — Satrājit; asat-tamaḥ — the most wicked; śayānam — sleeping; avadhīt — killed; lobhāt — out of greed; saḥ — he; pāpaḥ — sinful; kṣīṇa — diminished; jīvitaḥ — whose life span.
Translation: 
His mind thus influenced by their advice, wicked Śatadhanvā murdered Satrājit in his sleep simply out of greed. In this way the sinful Śatadhanvā shortened his own life span.
Purport: 

According to Śrīla Viśvanātha Cakravartī, the word asattamaḥ indicates that Śatadhanvā was basically evil-minded and a firm hater of Satrājit.