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Day 11

Wednesday

A retired Miami police sergeant testified that he found the wallet of businessman and murder victim John B. Callahan in a Cuban neighborhood in Miami, corroborating testimony that Bulger and his crew wanted it to appear that Callahan was killed by Cubans in a deal that had gone bad. James Marra, an agent with the office of inspector general of the US Department of Justice, took the stand for the fourth day to answer questions about Bulger’s informant file.

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Expected Thursday

With Marra’s testimony expected to conclude Thursday, jurors could hear from John Morris, a corrupt former FBI supervisor who admitted to pocketing bribes from Bulger and Stephen “The Rifleman” Flemmi and leaking information to them in the 1980s. Morris was never jailed; he was granted immunity in exchange for his cooperation.

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