Convicted killer of two prominent Boston doctors escorted out of court after threatening prosecutor

7 month ago

Boston news, Massachussetts news.

The 33-year-old man who was accused of the nationwide known killing of two prominent Boston doctors in 2017 was found guilty of the charges but was not present to hear the verdict as he was dragged out of the courthouse after threatening the prosecutor.

"You better hope I don't get out of jail," Bampumim Teixeira told the prosecutor in the second outburst that he made since the beginning of his trial. He was found guilty of the double slaying of Lina Bolanos, 39, and Richard Field, 48, two engaged anesthesiologists who were found dead with their hands bound and throats slit inside their luxurious South Boston Penthouse where the killer worked as a concierge.

Teixeira was also convicted of home invasion, armed robbery, and kidnapping.