Man Kidnaps And Brutally Murder Woman, Then Tried To Kill Himself By Tearing Him

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The man accused of beating, strangling and stabbing to death a young Boston woman on her way to the gym attempted suicide right before his court hearing today - by trying to rip out his arteries with his hands.
Edwin J. Alemany pleaded not guilty today to the murder of Amy Lord, 24, whose body was found last month in a thickly-wooded area of Hyde Park in Boston.
She was one of the three young women attacked in the same area in a 24-hour period. Alemany is suspected of carrying out all three and has also been charged with one of the attacks.
Suffolk Assistant District Attorney John Pappas told the court that Amy left her Dorchester home at 5.30am to take a bus downtown to go to the gym with a friend, it was reported
But she never made it to the gym.
Alemany is accused of beating her inside her home, forcing her into her jeep and taking her to five different ATMs to take money out before brutally murdering her.
Video surveillance shows someone - purportedly Alemany - pacing back and forth in front of Amy's building and then forcing her back inside when she came out.
After the murder, officials said Alemany spent $400 in cash on a cellphone and paid some cellphone bills.
His defense attorney Jeffrey Denner told the judge today that his client had tried to kill himself by tearing open arteries with his bare hands, leaving him with self-inflicted scratches to his neck and arms.
Not guilty pleas to the murder and kidnapping charges were entered on Alemany’s behalf and he was ordered to be held without bail.
In the other incidents, a woman was attacked at Andrew Square at 5am on the same day and a third the next day at 12.10am. They both survived.
Donald Lord, Amy Lord’s grandfather, has said he was devastated at the news of her death.
'If you had a daughter, you would want her to be like Amy,' he said. 'She was everything you would want to your daughter to be.'
She worked as a digital media analyst for Genuine Interactive. The company released a statement saying her death was 'both tragic and shocking'.
'We are taking time to focus on the well-being of Amy’s family and friends, while trying to come to grips with the loss of such a vibrant, caring and special young person who had an infectious positive personality, an ever-present smile and caring nature.'
Boston police and Suffolk District Attorney Daniel F. Conley’s office are actively investigating the crime.

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Published at: 05:12 AM, 17/08/2013 (5 years ago)
Author: ola oyewole
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winace at 06:43 AM, 17/08/2013 (5 years ago)
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Eyah! May her soul rest in peace.
Toks-E at 07:18 AM, 17/08/2013 (5 years ago)
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Sad dude trying to beat the law

innocentbola at 12:35 AM, 2/09/2015 (3 years ago)
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