Bampumim Teixeira, the man who was arrested in 2017 for the gruesome murder of two engaged Boston doctors, has been convicted of the crime. Teixeira, 33, was found guilty by a jury in Suffolk Superior Court on Tuesday for the double slaying, The Boston Herald reported. RELATED: 5 Things to Know About the Boston Doctors Found With Throats Slit and a Message Written in Blood Assistant District Attorney John Pappas, however, said in court that Teixeira’s claim was unbelievable. Because of the outbursts, Teixeira was not in the room when the jury proclaimed him guilty, and the DA’s office is reviewing his threat to Pappas to see if it earned him additional charges, Boston.com reported. RELATED: Boston Doctor Sent Frantic Text Message Before He and His Fiancée Were Killed in Their Luxury Penthouse Teixeira, who had just got out of jail a few weeks before the murders of Bolanos and Field, was shot by Boston police before being arrested in his victims’ building’s hallway after a friend received a text message from Field asking them to call 911.
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