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Boston 'Craigslist Killer' Murder Suspect's Charges

Commonwealth of Massachusetts v. Philip Markoff
April 21, 2009

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  • Accused Boston 'Craigslist Killer' suspect Philip Markoff's murder and weapons charges, accusing him of killing Julissa Brisman at the Boston Marriott Copley Place hotel.

    Philip Markoff was a 22-year-old medical student at Boston University at the time Brisman was killed. The charges resulted in Boston University's School of Medicine suspending Markoff from his studies.

    Suffolk County District Attorney Dan Conley said that authorities found a gun, restraints, duct tape, and other items after executive a search warrant of his apartment.

    Police reportedly closed in on Markoff after reviewing Brisman's e-mail contacts that the suspect had with him.

    According to The Boston Globe, police found underwear from two Craigslist attack victims in Markoff’s apartment that they believe he kept as ""mementos" from his alleged crimes.

    You can read Markoff's murder and weapons charges below:


     

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