Federal prosecutors are preparing to distribute nearly $822,000 seized from Whitey Bulger to the families of his murder victims and people he extorted.
Gangster James “Whitey” Bulger will spend the rest of his life in prison.
Here’s reaction from victims’ relatives, as well as WBZ-TV legal analyst Gerry Leone and WBZ’s Jim Armstrong who covered the entire trial.
A prosecutor called James “Whitey” Bulger a “little sociopath” Wednesday as he urged a judge to sentence the infamous South Boston gangster to life in prison, but Bulger himself declined to speak.
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.