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Bulger Gets Two Life Terms

November 14, 2013  | 

Former Boston mob boss James (Whitey) Bulger was sentenced Thursday to die behind bars for his murderous reign as both ruthless gangster and FBI informant, the New York Daily News reports.

The former fugitive, arrested in California two years ago, stared directly at Boston Federal Judge Denise Casper as she sentenced him to two life sentences for racketeering and 11 murders.

“The depravity of your crimes are unfathomable,” said Casper after reciting the names of Bulger’s victims. “The testimony of human suffering that you and your associates inflicted on others was at times agonizing to hear and painful to watch,” the judge continued.

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Boston @ 11/14/2013 4:01 PM

Another black eye for Law Enforcement. No justice here! Just lots of money tax payers money spent over the last 50 years. I hope Florida executes the POS. As far as law enforcement goes the FBI,MSP and Boston Police should be ashamed of themselves. All above the law protecting Whitey. A well executed plan to let Whitey run until certain LEO's were dead or retired. We wonder why they hate law enforcement and the justice system.

Tschako @ 11/14/2013 5:40 PM

Some people can make a conspiracy theory from anything.

Serpico @ 11/21/2013 4:08 PM

If people are interested in real Conspiracy theory. Try reading about the Iron Mountain Report or the Georgia Guide Stones. Whitey's play book was out of the movie My Blue Heaven with Steve Martin! Anybody could have found him if they wanted. It's more of a case of Gov. Corruption. Than Bulger trying to play Hide & Seek! He had enough time to LEAVE THE COUNTRY! And head to S. America and seek Asylum in Brazil or Venezuela.

Ima Leprechaun @ 11/27/2013 12:16 PM

I just wish life meant life. As for Florida they do like their executions as does Texas.

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