Killer threatens prosecutor’s wife as he’s removed from courtroom moments before he’s found GUILTY in double murder of engaged doctors in their high-rise apartment

“You better hope I never get out of jail. Your wife is getting f***ed”

A Boston man has been found guilty of double murder as the jury delivered its verdict in the trial of Bampumim Teixeira.

A WBZ-TV reporter present at the verdict announcement in Boston said on Twitter that Teixeira was found guilty of all counts, including two counts of first-degree murder in the brutal killings of Dr. Lina Bolanos and Dr. Richard Field, who were found fatally stabbed in their South Boston high-rise apartment in May 2017.

As NBC 10 reports, Teixeira was removed from the courtroom twice on Tuesday following violent outbursts. First, he reportedly threatened Assistant Suffolk District Attorney John Pappas, saying he would sexually assault his wife.

“Hey Pappas. You better hope I never get out of jail. Your wife is getting f***ed,” the convicted killer reportedly said before security officers escorted him out.

According to the report, Teixeria had been brought back into the courtroom when the judge announced the jury had reached a verdict.

“Wanna know his last words?” Teixeria reportedly said then, and was taken out of the courtroom a second time. He was not present when the verdict was read.

As CrimeOnline previously reported, Teixeria had claimed he was having an affair with Dr. Bolanos, and claimed Dr. Field killed her when he came home and found them together. The defendant reportedly claimed he had killed Dr. Field in self-defense, believing his own life was in danger.

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