Whitey Bulger is no longer staying in Plymouth County.
Whitey Bulger appears to be on the move as the Federal Bureau of Prisons website lists him as “in transit.”
A federal judge sentenced mob boss James “Whitey” Bulger to life in prison on Thursday. The 84-year-old will die in a jail cell.
It was a day of tears and hate inside the federal courthouse in South Boston where victims of mob boss James “Whitey” Bulger angrily confronted him.
Convicted mob boss and murderer James “Whitey” Bulger “richly deserves” to spend the rest of his life in jail, prosecutors wrote in a scathing memorandum.
Survivors of all 19 people murdered by James “Whitey” Bulger’s gang should be allowed to speak at his sentencing, prosecutors argued on Friday, even if a jury did not find the 84-year-old convicted mobster personally responsible for their deaths.
Despite a jury finding that prosecutors did not prove all of Bulger’s accused murders, prosecutors want all family members to have a say.
The jury began deliberating Tuesday and reached a verdict today on the charges against Whitey Bulger.
Whitey Bugler agreed to surrender more than $800,000 if found guilty, but he will get to keep his Stanley Cup ring.
The Bulger jury sent the judge a question within its first hour of deliberations since the weekend.