Nam The Tham was shackled yesterday in Suffolk Superior Court after he and Siny Van Tran were found guilty of five counts of first-degree murder.

2 get life in prison for '91 murders

Killings of 5 men in Chinatown are called heinous

By Raja Mishra and John Ellement
Globe Staff / October 6, 2005

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Siny Van Tran and Nam The Tham were sentenced yesterday to life in prison for the execution-style murders of five men in an underground Chinatown gambling parlor 14 years ago, ending a crime saga that exposed the once-sordid underbelly of a local immigrant community that has long left those troubled days behind. (Full article: 895 words)

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