Nearly two years into his two lifetime prison sentence, Boston has heard from Whitey Bulger once again.
A divided appeals court on Wednesday upheld the murder conviction of a former FBI agent in the 1982 slaying of a Florida gambling executive in a case connected to imprisoned New England mob boss James “Whitey” Bulger.
The court is expected to take several months to issue a ruling.
Bulger was convicted of participating in 11 murders while leading a violent South Boston gang from the 1970s into the 1990s.
Bulger is handing out some sage advice to a group of local teenagers who profiled him for a history project.
In his appeal, he argues that he was not given a chance to fully present his claim that a now-deceased federal prosecutor had given him immunity.
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Federal prosecutors are preparing to distribute nearly $822,000 seized from Whitey Bulger to the families of his murder victims and people he extorted.
A new trailer for the movie Black Mass provides a look at Johnny Depp as Whitey Bulger, who Hollywood dubs “The most notorious gangster in U.S. history.”
A key witness and former FBI special agent in the Whitey Bulger case has been arrested for perjury.