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Ann Marie Mires, a forensic anthropologist with the state medical examiner’s office, testified that investigators recovered the bodies of two of Bulger’s alleged victims from the edge of the Neponset River in Quincy in 2000, totaling six bodies recovered that year. Elaine Barrett also described the last time she spoke with her husband, Arthur “Bucky” Barrett, one of Bulger’s alleged victims. Tom Daly, former FBI agent, said another alleged victim, Richard Castucci, was his informant.

Expected Friday

Jurors could hear from Paul “Polecat” Moore, a Bulger associate and head of a South Boston-based cocaine distribution network who pleaded guilty in 1990 to drug charges. Bulger allegedly demanded a share of his profits throughout the 1980s. Anthony Attardo, an alleged extortion victim, could also testify. Steve Davis, the brother of one of Bulger’s alleged victims, Debra Davis, could also testify. Debra Davis, a girlfriend of Bulger’s partner Stephen Flemmi, disappeared in 1981.

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