Stephen Flemmi, a convicted murderer and Bulger’s former criminal partner, will face more questions from the defense Wednesday in his fifth day on the stand.
In the trial of James “Whitey” Bulger, Stephen Flemmi, his former partner, has implicated Bulger in numerous acts of murder and extortion. But in the last minutes of Monday’s court session, Flemmi — a convicted murderer — was, himself, confronted with accusations.
The defense began its cross-examination Monday of the man who may be the most important witness in the murder and racketeering trial of James “Whitey” Bulger.
The Bulger trial finish line may soon come into view.
Stephen Flemmi, the former longtime partner of James “Whitey” Bulger, returned to the witness stand Friday to testify in Bulger’s trial.
There is no word yet on what caused the death of alleged Bulger victim Stephen Rakes.
Convicted murderer Stephen Flemmi returns to the stand for a second day Friday. He was a partner in what the defense admits was Bulger’s criminal enterprise.
Bulger’s former partner took the witness stand, but overshadowing his testimony was the sudden and mysterious death of an alleged Bulger victim. WBUR’s David Boeri has more from the courthouse.
James “Whitey” Bulger and Stephen “The Rifleman” Flemmi haven’t seen each other in nearly 20 years.
As federal prosecutors prepare to wrap up their case in the murder and racketeering trial of longtime Boston mobster James “Whitey” Bulger, they still have one more major witness to call.
The new list submitted Tuesday has 37 names, down from the original list of 80. It includes a man who was wrongly convicted in a gangland slaying because of FBI corruption.
A former FBI agent returns to the witness stand in Boston after testifying that one of James “Whitey” Bulger’s alleged murder victims predicted his own death.
For decades, the story of “Whitey” Bulger’s rise to power has paralleled that of South Boston’s other famous son, his brother, politician William Bulger.
A forensic anthropologist explained how she recovered the bodies of alleged Bulger murder victims from secret graves.
Bulger’s lead lawyer on Thursday filed a motion asking for a suspension of the trial until Tuesday so the defense team can prepare for prosecution witnesses expected on the stand.
The fireworks in court Tuesday came between Bulger and former protege Kevin Weeks, who was testifying on behalf of the prosecution.
Tuesday was a dramatic day in the trial of James “Whitey” Bulger, as the defendant and his former associate, Kevin Weeks, hurled expletives at each other.
Kevin Weeks, the man known as James “Whitey” Bulger’s surrogate son, testified in the latter’s trial Monday.
Few associates ever got closer to James “Whitey” Bulger than Kevin Weeks, who was Bulger’s right-hand man for over 20 years.