Bampumim Teixeira Biography-- Wiki
Bampumim Teixeira Bio
In 2017, Bampumim Teixeira was hauled out of court on Tuesday, December 10, 2019 after threatening the prosecutor for murdering two Boston doctors in their penthouse apartment in South Boston.
Bampumim Teixeira Age
Bampumim Teixeira is 33 Years old.
Bampumim Teixeira Murdered Tow Doctors in Boston
The anestheticians Richard Field and Lina Bolaños, engaged to marry in their condominium at the Macallen Building on Dorchester Avenue in southern Boston, are accused of beating and stabbing to death Teixeira. The responding police officers found Teixeira inside the apartment, shooting him twice. Teixeira pleaded not guilty to charges of first degree murder.
Sitting with his back to the victim's families, Teixeira, informally dressed in a thermal jacket, his yellow trousers tucked into his shoes, constantly smiling at photographers, even occasionally posing and greeting a photographer. Prosecutor John Pappas said it started as any other day for Bolaños and Field on Friday 5 May 2017, but that little they knew Teixeira was sitting there.
“looking, waiting and stalking ahead, for the right opportunity to present himself.” Pappas presented his case in the opening arguments on Thursday morning and during the two-week trial, he told the jury that his goal is to demonstrate that “he and Teixeria are only responsible for the attacks against Lina Bolaños and Richard Field.”
Pappas said Teixeira, who worked briefly in the Macallen building as a concierge, was aware of the design of the building, the access points, and the people who lived in it. Outside the building, security images captured Teixeira stalking and other cameras captured him entering the building around 4 p.m. Pappas said about an hour before Bolaños returned from work. The field will come back around 6:30 p.m.
Bampumim Teixeira Threatened The Prosecutor
Bampumim Teixeira entered the courtroom and started to scream at Suffolk County Assistant District Attorney John Pappas, who led the double murder case against Teixeira by the prosecution.
“Yo Pappas, you better hope I never get out of jail,” he said.
Before being detained by court officers, Teixeira also made many derogatory remarks about Pappas and his family. At the time of the incident, the jury, which began deliberations on Monday, was not present.
The judge ruled that due to the outburst Teixeira had forfeited his right to be present during the proceedings.