Marcos Colono, representing himself in a rape trial, delivered opening statements in the trial last week.
Marcos Colono, representing himself in a rape trial, delivered opening statements in the trial last week.
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A Cambridge man who fired four lawyers to represent himself at his own trial was found guilty Wednesday of four counts of aggravated rape, two counts of assault with a dangerous weapon, and one count each of home invasion and armed robbery.

Marcos Colono, 36, was charged in connection with the knifepoint rapes of two college students in their Brighton apartment in 2008.

He was already serving a 74 to 85-year sentence for the 2010 home invasion and rape of an 11-year-old boy and the brutal stabbing of his father.

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You can read the Boston Globe’s full report here.