Whitey Bulger wants the $822,000 in cash seized from his apartment in Santa Monica, Calif., to go to relatives of victims who filed lawsuits.
A former FBI agent has testified that a man who was allegedly killed by Whitey Bulger predicted his own death if Bulger was to learn he’d been cooperating with the FBI.
Disgraced former FBI supervisor John Morris became tearful and choked up on the witness stand as he was apologizing to victims’ families.
A man who says he watched in horror as two of Whitey Bulger’s alleged victims were gunned down 30 years ago is breaking his silence.
After years of silence, Patty Macarelli and her son Shaun Halloran are speaking out about Brian Halloran’s murder, and the abandonment they felt afterward by the FBI.
Sen. John Kerry of Massachusetts is asking Congress to approve $8.5 million in payments to the families of two men allegedly killed by Whitey Bulger.
Rep. Bill Keating is pushing Congress to help the families of two widows who say they lost their husbands because of the corrupt relationship between Whitey Bulger and the FBI.
A judge hearing the case against the government by families of two Whitey Bulger victims says the FBI “has gotten away with murder.”
The family of one of two men who were gunned down by Boston mobsters in 1982 plans to challenge a federal appeals court decision to dismiss their wrongful death lawsuits against the FBI.