CHELSEA, Mass. — The brother of a murder victim turned his rage toward the man accused of stabbing Ronald Russo 69 times in a mobile home in Revere Saturday night. It took several people to restrain Tom Russo and a court officer was injured in the process.
Intense emotions turned into rage inside Chelsea District Court. It took nearly half a dozen officers to remove Tom Russo from the courtroom. His attorney says listening to details of how his brother was killed was just too much for him.
“Listening to the events of the alleged murder he was just very incensed,” said Jay Satin, Tom Russo’s attorney.
Peter Deconinck was being arraigned for killing Ronald Russo Saturday night in a Revere mobile home.
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