Accused murderer of two Boston doctors pleads not guilty, held without bail

Accused murderer of two Boston doctors pleads not guilty, held without bailAn attorney for a Massachusetts man accused of slitting the throats of two doctors in their Boston penthouse entered a not guilty plea on his behalf at a bedside hearing at the hospital where he is recovering from gunshot wounds sustained during his arrest, authorities said. Bampumim Teixeira, 30, of Chelsea, Massachusetts, was ordered held without bail while awaiting trial on charges of murdering Richard Field, 50, and Lina Bolanos, 38, Suffolk County prosecutor’s spokesman Jake Wark said in a statement. District Attorney Daniel Conley said his office has not yet determined what Teixeira’s motive was but that he did not know the victims and that a bag filled with jewelry was found in the apartment.



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