James “Whitey” Bulger
The jury in James “Whitey” Bulger’s murder, extortion and racketeering trial could start deliberating his fate as early as this week.
A real estate developer on Thursday described a harrowing encounter with James “Whitey” Bulger.
Stephen Rakes, an alleged extortion victim of Whitey Bulger, was found dead last week.
Family members of alleged Whitey Bulger victims testified in the case on Friday.
In court Thursday, the forensic expert who dug Debra Davis out of her grave on the banks of the Neponset River showed jurors pictures of Debbie’s skull.
Prosecutors played recordings made of phone calls during family visits to the Plymouth County correctional facility.
Wednesday focused primarily on one thing in the trial of James “Whitey” Bulger: the defendant’s infamous FBI informant file and how much jurors in the case can believe it.
It started with a yawn, as prosecutor Brian Kelly detailed the grisly murders Bulger is charged with. It ended in a nap.
Here are some of the more remarkable tweets from Monday’s jury selection, including excuses potential jurors gave as to why they could not serve on the jury.
During the Whitey Bulger trial, TV stations will not be allowed to broadcast the arguments.