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Defendants James Brescia (left) and Scott Foxworth (second from right) appeared in a Cambridge court with their lawyers, Eugene Patrick McCann (far right) and Joseph P. Cataldo.

Two plead not guilty to murder, conspiracy

DA alleges rage fueled slay pact

By David Abel
Globe Staff / July 18, 2006

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CAMBRIDGE -- James Brescia was so furious that his estranged wife had resumed seeing her old high school flame that he repeatedly told his young children he hoped the man ``would have an accident" and die, prosecutors said in court documents yesterday. (Full article: 501 words)

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