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By Wesley Johnson Briton Neil Entwistle was found guilty last night of the murders of his American wife and baby daughter.
Briton Neil Entwistle was found guilty Wednesday of murdering his wife and baby girl as they lay in their bed in their Hopkinton, Mass., home. The jury deliberated nearly 12 hours before reaching the verdict.
By LAUREL J. SWEET; JOE DWINELL Jurors in the Neil Entwistle double-murder trial ended six hours of deliberations yesterday, wanting to know more about what the Brit was doing on his laptop the day his wife and child were found shot to death in the couple's four-poster bed in Hopkinton.
By Joe Dwinell, Boston Herald Jun. 25--The jury in the double-murder trial of Neil Entwistle appears to be piecing together a timeline for the day the British defendant's wife and child were shot dead.
By Joe Dwinell, Boston Herald Jun. 19--Neil Entwistle's laptop was used at a feverish pace to search "knife in neck kill" one day and "hot local escorts" the next, just days before the murders of his wife and child, a Medford computer sleuth testified yesterday.
Neil Entwistle allegedly researched killing techniques on the Web before he allegedly shot his wife and baby in their Massachusetts home.
By Joe Dwinell, Boston Herald Jun. 18--WOBURN -- A Medford detective testified this morning a laptop seized from Neil Entwistle's home was used to check out an online site that spells out a knife blow "in the rib cage" is a quick kill. Det.
A Medford detective testified today that a computer taken from Neil Entwistle's home was used for a Google search on "how to kill with a knife" four days before the brainy Brit's wife and child were found murdered. Det.
By Joe Dwinell, Boston Herald Jun. 17--WOBURN -- A nude photo purportedly of Neil Entwistle plastered on his homepage on an Internet sex swinger site will not be shown to jurors, the judge in the double-murder case ruled today.
BOSTON (Reuters) - A British man accused of fatally shooting his American wife and infant daughter in Massachusetts and then fleeing to England was indicted on Tuesday on first degree murder charges by a grand jury.
- Withering but not falling off, as a blossom that persists on a twig after flowering.