June 13, 2012
A courtroom sketch from Greig's sentencing.
David L Ryan/Globe Staff
Catherine Greig’s attorney, Kevin Reddington, spoke with the press during his client’s sentencing hearing in South Boston Tuesday.
US Attorney Carmen Ortiz spoke at the sentencing. Prosecutors today asked that Greig be sentenced to 10 years in prison.
Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe
Steven Davis, whose sister was allegedly strangled by Bulger, called Greig a “dirty [expletive]’’ who lacked the courage to “look us in the eye.’’
Patricia Donahue, whose husband, Michael Donahue, was shot to death in 1982, called Greig "Whitey" Bulger's "enabler."
Marie McGonagle left court. Her father, a Bulger rival, disappeared in 1974. His body was found buried in Dorchester in 2000.
Stephen Rakes, who had his South Boston liquor store taken over by the gangster, said he feared Bulger would return from hiding and kill him.