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(NECN: Boston, Mass.) - Boston University medical student Philip Markoff, 22, of Quincy, Massachusetts, has been ordered held without bail on charges he shot to death a masseuse he had lured to a Boston hotel through Craigslist. "Philip Markoff is not guilty of the charges. He has his family's support. I have not received any document or report or piece of evidence other than what everybody heard here in the courtroom...no proof of anything," said Defense Attorney John Salsberg. Authorities said they followed a computer trail to Markoff, linking an account used to set up appointments on Craigslist with two women who were attacked to his address in Quincy. <a href="http://www.necn.com/Boston/NECN-Extra/2009/04/21/District-attorney-Craigslist/1240335678.html" target="_blank">Click here to hear more from District Attorney Dan Conley.</a> <a href="http://www.necn.com/Boston/NECN-Extra/2009/04/21/Inside-the-courtroom-Med/1240333928.html" target="_blank">Click here to watch Markoff's arraignment.</a> They say a search of his home found the gun, ammunition and materials exactly matching those used in an attack on another masseuse in a Boston hotel. "I think in homicide cases, evidence is released fairly slowly," said Salsberg. "He's pleaded not guilty. He is not guilty," said Salsberg. Markoff is charged with murder in the death of Julissa Brisman of New York City and kidnapping and armed robbery in the other assault. Authorities believe Markoff also may be connected to the attempted robbery Thursday in Warwick, R.I., of a stripper who had posted an ad on Craigslist. She was held at gunpoint before her husband entered the room and her attacker fled. *Material from the Associated Press used in this report*