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Topic - Thomas Mortimer Iv
A man pleaded guilty Wednesday to killing four family members, including his two young children, at their home north of Boston two years ago after he and his wife argued over a bounced check.
"I did these horrible things," he wrote, according to court documents. "What I have done is extremely selfish and cowardly."
In the note, Mortimer said he flew into a rage after he and his wife argued over a bounced check he sent to the Internal Revenue Service, court documents said.