Allowed to stay in U.S., keep green card, after plea deal for 2 earlier bank heists
It was a plea bargain after criminal charges that allowed an African immigrant suspected of slashing the throats of two doctors in Boston to remain in the United States, according to a new report.
The Boston Herald reported Suffolk prosecutors agreed to the plea deal involving Bampumim Teixeira last fall.
He now is accused of murdering two doctors in their penthouse apartment.
The deal last fall allowed him to keep a green card and avoid being deported.
He had admitted robbing a bank – twice.