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Killer booted from court for ‘outrageous' outbursts before jury returns guilty verdict

One year ago   |   By Boston Herald

Vile, taunting outbursts aimed at a prosecutor and a victim's family forced court officers to haul Bampumim Teixeira out of his own trial before the jury found him guilty of murder Tuesday in the vicious 2017 stabbing deaths of two doctors in South Boston.
Court officers dragged Teixeira out of court Tuesday morning during jury deliberations after he lashed out at Assistant District Attorney John Pappas, telling him, “You better hope I don't get out of jail,” before making a sexually explicit threat.
They removed him a second time just before the verdict was read Tuesday afternoon when he...
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