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Tuesday, August 1, 2006

Framingham murder

FRAMINGHAM

A Framingham man charged with fatally beating his wife and her 11-year-old son after becoming frustrated with her involvement in the Mormon church was ordered held without bail yesterday.

Jeremias Bins, 30, pleaded not guilty in Middlesex Superior Court to two counts of murder in the May 20 deaths of Carla Souza, 37, and her son, Caique, in their Framingham home.

Bins, a native of Brazil, listened with the help of an interpreter.

About a dozen family and friends in the courtroom wore white T-shirts with a photograph of Souza and Caique with the message "We'll never forget you."

-- AP

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