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A Massachusetts man who admitted to killing three people in a 2001 rampage erupted in a Boston courtroom Friday morning, swearing at the federal judge who sentenced him to death in a state where executions are rare.Sampson started the hearing with an outburst of profanity directed at U.S. District Judge Leo Sorkin, who tried to calm him down.Sampson was first condemned to death in the same court in 2004 but that sentence was overturned in 2011 because one of the jurors had lied about her history as a victim of domestic abuse.
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