The concierge who was convicted on two counts of first-degree murder in the death of two Boston anesthesiologists had two outbursts while in court Tuesday, when he menaced the prosecutor’s wife and then threatened to share the last words of one of his victims, a report said.
Bampumim Teixeira, 33, was convicted of killing Dr. Lina Bolanos and her fiance, Dr. Richard Field. The two doctors were found dead in their penthouse in May 2017. They were in handcuffs and their throats were slit.
Teixeira was physically removed from the courtroom twice. He threatened the prosector’s wife and then, upon his return, shouted out a second time about the death of his victim. “Want to know his last words?” he yelled, referring to Dr. Field.