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Prosecutor says kin had right to speak at Greig sentencing

Relatives of the alleged victims of James “Whitey” Bulger had a right to speak during the sentencing of the gangster’s girlfriend, Catherine E. Greig, a federal prosecutor said in a court filing last week.

In a brief filed Friday in response to Greig’s bid to cut her 8-year prison sentence by more than five years, First Assistant US Attorney Jack W. Pirozzolo said the family members were also harmed by her, despite claims to the contrary by Greig’s appellate lawyer.

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