“Unbelievable Malevolence” Cited In Boston Pizza Delivery Murder


Three people charged with killing a Boston pizza delivery man had a plan, a prosecutor said yesterday, and they carried it out with cold calculation. The three are accused of luring him to a vacant house, stabbed him repeatedly, and then taking what little he had, including the pizza. Two men and a woman, ages 17 to 20, were held in the killing of Richel Nova, 58.

The bloodstained pizza box was found under a car with three slices of pizza still inside. “Every new piece of evidence we uncover makes this crime more despicable,'' Suffolk District Attorney Daniel F. Conley said yesterday. “Taken together, they paint a picture of almost unbelievable malevolence.''

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