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The Boston Globe


Kevin Cullen

Whitey-washed disinformation

If Whitey Bulger isn’t an ­informant, then my wife stands a reasonable chance of becoming the next pope.

Of course, neither of those things are remotely true. When Jay Carney, Whitey’s lawyer, announced Wednesday that Whitey wasn’t a rat, he was merely repeating what Whitey has been saying since his arrest in sunny Santa Monica almost two years ago.

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