BOSTON (CBS) — James “Whitey” Bulger was convicted Monday in a string of 11 murders and other gangland crimes but the jury could not come to an unanimous decision on the murder of Debra Davis.

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Steven Davis, brother of Debra said he was surprised but satisfied with the finding.

“I didn’t expect that, I have to tell you all, I don’t feel like he hands-on himself killed my sister but I do know that he was guilty of conspiring or taking part of the whole thing,” Davis told reporters outside the courthouse.

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“The no finding is better than a not guilty,” Davis said.

Davis broke down in tears as he talked about whether justice was served for his sister and if she can finally rest in peace.

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“She knows I’m a fighter and for this I’ll be the last man standing,” he said.