2 Massachusetts Men Accused of Killing Man, Cooking Remains

Prosecutors say two Massachusetts men killed a drug dealer to clear a debt, then dismembered his body and cooked the remains.

Forty-seven-year-old Daniel Bradley of Westwood and 48-year-old Paul Moccia of Dedham pleaded not guilty Monday to murder in the death of 37-year-old Angel Antonio Ramirez of Framingham.

The two were ordered held without bail.

Authorities say Moccia owed Ramirez $70,000 from drug deals. They say Moccia shot Ramirez in March and Bradley helped him destroy the body.

That's around the time Ramirez, a construction worker, was reported missing.

Defense attorneys say their clients are innocent and note prosecutors haven't produced a body.a