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Springfield business owner denies plotting to kill his girlfriend’s son

A Springfield business owner who lives in Hartford pleaded not guilty Wednesday to a charge that he plotted over the summer to kill his girlfriend’s son and “kill the whole family if necessary,” court records show.

Jose L. Carmona, the owner of Cuba Appliance, entered his plea in federal court in Springfield and was held without bail, according to court records.

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