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Fujita said police won’t find a weapon, cousin says

WOBURN — On the day his ex-girlfriend’s battered body was pulled from a Wayland swamp, Nathaniel Fujita sat on his cousin’s bed at her Framingham home and assured her that the police officers searching his house would not find anything connecting him to the slaying, according to court testimony Friday.

“He said, ‘They’re not going to find a weapon there, if that’s what you mean,’” Caroline Saba, 22, testified in Middlesex Superior Court during Fujita’s trial on first-degree murder and other charges.

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