The former head of the Boston FBI office has agreed to plead guilty to an ethics charge in an agreement that includes a recommendation from prosecutors that he serve no prison time and pay a $15,000 fine.
The new leader of the Boston FBI says he’s committed to making sure that anyone associated with the Boston Marathon bombing is caught.
The former head of the Boston’s FBI office has been charged with violating ethics laws by having professional contact with former colleagues within a year of leaving government service.
The FBI’s Boston office has a new leader.
“This guy lived 16-and-a-half years of freedom which he never deserved,” Nightside host Dan Rea said after Whitey Bulger’s arrest was announced early Thursday.