BOSTON — Family members of people allegedly killed by reputed mobster James “Whitey” Bulger are scheduled to meet with a representative of federal prosecutors to talk about a possible guilty plea from Bulger’s girlfriend.
Catherine Greig is accused of helping Bulger evade capture during their 16 years on the run.
The widow of Michael Donahue, a truck driver allegedly killed by Bulger, says the families have been asked to meet Monday with a victim advocate to talk about the case against Greig.
Steven Davis, the brother of alleged Bulger victim Debra Davis, said last week that a victim advocate told him that Greig’s lawyers have indicated she’s considering pleading guilty without a plea bargain.
Bulger is charged in connection with 19 killings. He and Greig were captured in June in Santa Monica, Calif.