‘Whitey’ Bulger on trial
‘Whitey’ Bulger on trial
Stephen Davis, whose sister was allegedly killed by Bulger, started to cry when a reporter asked whether he thinks she would be proud. “She knows I’m a fighter,” he said.
Davis was embraced outside of the Moakley Courthouse. after the jury had no finding in a charge that James “Whitey” Bulger murdered his sister, Debra.
The media surrounded the Moakley courthouse.
Defense lawyers J.W. Carney (left) and Hank Brennan (center) shook hands with Tommy Donohue, son of murder victim Michael Donahue,
Bulger's motorcade drove him back to Plymouth after he was found guilty in 31 of the 32 counts he faced.
Tommy Donahue, whose father was killed by Bulger, picked up his godson after speaking to the media.
Defense attorneys Hank Brennan (left) and J.W. Carney Jr. speak to the media outside the Moakley United States Courthouse after the verdict was read.
US Attorney Carmen Ortiz, surrounded by prosecuting attorneys, spoke to reporters following a guilty verdict against James "Whitey" Bulger.
Bulger, second from the right, listened as a juror handed US Attorney Ortiz, center, the verdict.
Bill O’Brien, son of William O’Brien, whose murder was not proved in the case, said, “My father just got murdered 40 years later again today in this courtroom.”
Jack Bulger, brother of James "Whitey" Bulger, left the federal courthouse after the verdict.
Kevin Weeks (top left), the loyal tough guy whom Bulger groomed as his protege, described killings he said Bulger was involved with.
Former Bulger ally John Martorano, a confessed murderer, also tied Bulger to six killings in court.
Stephen "The Rifleman" Flemmi, a convicted murderer, described in court the killings that he said James “Whitey” Bulger participated in.
Whitey Bulger and his girlfriend, Catherine Greig, were captured in 2011 in Santa Monica, Calif., after decades on the run.
Bulger and Greig lived in this Santa Monica apartment building under the aliases Carol and Charles Gasko.
Flemmi (left) and Weeks (right) agreed to plea deals in exchange for testifying against Bulger.
Mugshots of Bulger and Flemmi.
Bulger allegedly forced Stephen Rakes, the owner South Boston Liquor Mart, to sell him the store against his will.
Rakes, shown leaving the courthouse during the trial, was found dead in Lincoln shortly after he learned he would not be called as a witness against Bulger. The death was deemed suspicious.
Deborah Hussey (left) and Debra Davis were allegedly killed by Bulger.
The remains of alleged Bulger victims Arthur Barrett, Deborah Hussey, and John McIntyre were found in a shallow grave in January 2000 in land across from Florian Hall in Dorchester.
A 1953 Boston Police booking photo of James "Whitey" Bulger.