Whitey Bulger Trial
As jurors in the racketeering trial of reputed crime boss James “Whitey” Bulger are in their fourth day of deliberations, the environment in the courtroom has gotten a little strange.
Jurors in the Whitey Bulger trial have been allowed to examine a machine gun that was among a cache of weapons Bulger allegedly hid in South Boston.
Attorneys at the trial of former reputed mob boss James “Whitey” Bulger have been huddling, but it’s unclear why.
Jurors in the trial of Whitey Bulger began deliberations Tuesday in a sweeping racketeering indictment that accuses the reputed crime boss of participating in 19 murders.
Fred Wyshak told jurors that Bulger was “one of the most vicious, violent and calculating criminals ever to walk the streets of Boston.”
Judge Denise Casper has granted each side up to three hours and 15 minutes for its closing argument.
Whitey Bulger won’t testify in his own defense at his trial, which he called a “sham” Friday.
WBZ-TV legal analyst and former Middlesex DA Gerry Leone, who is now a partner at Nixon Peabody LLP, speaks to WBZ-TV’s David Wade about Whitey Bulger’s decision not to testify.
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.
Bulger’s defense team released photos of him from his past, perhaps trying to portray him with more of a human touch.