BOSTON — In their sentencing memo, prosecutors said Bulger has “no redeeming qualities” and there are “no mitigating factors” to argue for a sentence less than life.
BOSTON — The Massachusetts medical examiner’s office says cyanide poisoning killed an alleged extortion victim of James “Whitey” Bulger who had hoped to testify at Bulger’s trial.
BOSTON — Prosecutors argued Friday that Bulger was part of a criminal enterprise responsible for the murders of all the victims, regardless of whether he was the actual killer.
BOSTON — The Davises want a special investigator to look into money and other property connected to James “Whitey” Bulger and his associates, so those assets can be distributed to victims.
BOSTON — The forfeiture order federal prosecutors requested would allow them to seize property worth up to $25.1 million.
BOSTON — Documents show that the cost of Bulger’s court-appointed defense will be well over $2.5 million.
BOSTON — Prosecutors have asked a judge to allow victim impact statements from family members of all 19 people mob boss James “Whitey” Bulger was accused of killing, even though Bulger wasn’t convicted in all those deaths.
BOSTON — Bulger was convicted Monday in 11 killings. He has never been charged with murder in a Massachusetts court.
BOSTON — James “Whitey” Bulger’s attorneys say they will appeal his conviction, including a ruling that barred them from arguing that the government granted Bulger immunity from prosecution.
BOSTON — Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly Managing Editor David Frank joined WBUR’s All Things Considered to decipher the Bulger verdict.