Whitey Bulger Trial
Whitey Bulger’s lawyers submitted a new, pared-down witness list Tuesday for his racketeering trial.
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.
Whitey Bulger’s attorneys filed a motion Thursday to adjourn his racketeering trial until July 16 because they’re having trouble getting ready for each day.
Kevin Weeks lived up to his billing in federal court on Tuesday.
Kevin Weeks may well be a star witness for the prosecution in the federal trial of James “Whitey” Bulger, but he’s no star in the eyes of victims’ families.
A former drug dealer says he built a booming business with Whitey Bulger, even as Bulger insisted on hiding his involvement and eventually threatened the dealer’s life.
Disgraced former FBI supervisor John Morris became tearful and choked up on the witness stand as he was apologizing to victims’ families.
A former FBI supervisor has acknowledged allowing convicted FBI Agent John Connolly to include false or misleading information in reports he put in James “Whitey” Bulger’s FBI informant file.
Whitey Bulger was admonished by a judge at his racketeering trial Thursday after a prosecutor reported that Bulger used an expletive when calling a witness testifying against him “a liar.”
James “Whitey” Bulger wants to tell his side of the story — outside the courtroom.