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Families To Meet On Mob Girlfriend's Possible Plea

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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.

This program aired on March 12, 2012. The audio for this program is not available.


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