One of Whitey Bulger’s attorneys said he considers Bulger a “gracious client” after representing him at his federal trial.
Boston Globe columnist and co-author of a book about James Whitey Bulger says he doesn’t see how Bulger can appeal Monday’s verdict.
Former NHL star and Boston native Chris Nilan says he doesn’t know how Whitey Bulger got a Stanley Cup ring.
Whitey Bulger still faces possible trials in Florida and Oklahoma for murders there that could end with him getting the death penalty.
Now that the Whitey Bulger trial is over – except for the endless, gratuitous, tax-dollar-wasting appeals – what feeling are you left with?
WBZ NewsRadio 1030′s Joe Mathieu says the Bulger verdicts mark the end of an era in organized crime.
In an exclusive interview Monday night with WBZ-TV, one of the jurors in James “Whitey” Bulger’s racketeering trial reveals what happened behind closed doors during much of the jury’s deliberations.
What it means, and what happens next.
The jury that convicted James “Whitey” Bulger in a series of gangland murders Monday also left some families shaken when it didn’t find him guilty in eight other killings — angering relatives who have waited decades to see someone pay for the deaths of their loved ones.
The long process of bringing Bulger to trial ended in satisfaction for some of the victims, disappointment to others.