Alleged mob boss James "Whitey" Bulger is standing trial on a 32-count indictment that includes 19 murders.


The 83-year-old former leader of the Winter Hill Gang is accused of either participating in, ordering or committing the murders of various people over the span of decades.


While Bulger's lawyers did not directly dispute many of the charges brought against him, they did bring into question whether or not he actually killed two 26-year-old women - Debra Davis and Deborah Hussey.


The jury began deliberating Tuesday. It is not clear when they will return a verdict.


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