Southie murder suspect ‘nervous’

Thursday, 14 September 2017, 04:48:13 AM. The man who authorities say killed two doctors in their luxury South Boston condo smiled, laughed and fiddled with plastic-covered paperwork in front of him as he sat in court for the first time since being arraigned for the grisly double murder.“Good afternoon, your honor,” Bampumim Teixeira said to Superior Court Judge Christine Roach yesterday during his brief hearing at Suffolk Superior Court.
The man who authorities say killed two doctors in their luxury South Boston condo smiled, laughed and fiddled with plastic-covered paperwork in front of him as he sat in court for the first time since being arraigned for the grisly double murder. “Good afternoon, your honor,” Bampumim Teixeira said to Superior Court Judge Christine Roach yesterday during his brief hearing at Suffolk Superior Court. Teixeira bound and stabbed 38-year-old Dr. Lina Bolanos and 49-year-old Dr. Richard Field in their condo on May 5, according to prosecutors. He has been charged with two counts of first-degree murder, armed robbery, kidnapping by confinement, and one count of armed home invasion. He was ordered held without bail after his July arraignment. Steve Sack, Teixeira’s attorney, immediately asked to be heard at a sidebar yesterday, where he and prosecutors spoke privately with Roach. Teixeira, meanwhile, smiled and shook his head — and at times silently laughed — while a hush hung over the half-filled courtroom. “I think he’s nervous,” Sack said, when asked about his client’s demeanor. “That’s it, I think he’s just nervous.” He declined to discuss how Teixeira has been handling being incarcerated and did not divulge what happened during the brief hearing that was primarily held at sidebar. Sack said that it was “too early” to discuss potentially moving the case out of Boston — a common strategy in high-profile cases. He added that Suffolk prosecutors had just handed over discovery....Read more
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