A sympathetic Boston judge decided to give the immigrant who has been charged with murdering two Boston doctors a break in an earlier case.
Now, Bampumin Teixeria is charged with committing the horrific murder of two Boston doctors in their upscale penthouse apartment last weekend.
According to the Teixeria’s ex-girlfriend grew up in Cape Verde, an island off the west coast of Africa. He moved to the Boston area when he was in his 20’s.
Several years ago, Teixeria burglarized a bank on two separate occasions and received a sentence of 364 days in jail for his crimes. What makes that significant is that the sentence was just one day short of legally justifying the deportation.
The Daily Caller reported:
Massachusetts state law mandates that burglary with a sentence of at least 1 year leads to the deportation of an immigrant, or at least substantially increases chances of immigration status review.
Teixeira, who has pleaded not guilty to murdering the two doctors, is probably hoping that he’ll get the same sympathetic judge who saved him from deported a couple of years ago.