Relatives of two of Bulger’s alleged victims, Debra Davis and Michael Donahue, told of the last time they saw their loved ones. Patricia Donahue said it was unfair that others involved in FBI corruption that led to her husband’s death are out on the streets. Former drug dealers Anthony Attardo and Paul Moore said Bulger’s crew extorted money from them. Former bookie Kevin Hayes said he was forced to pay rent to Bulger’s crew.
Jurors could hear from Michael Solimando, a Boston restaurateur allegedly menaced by Bulger and Stephen Flemmi after they allegedly killed his friend John Callahan. Richard Evans, former state medical examiner, could identify the cause of death of some alleged victims. Gerald Montanari, a retired FBI agent, could testify about the deaths of Oklahoma businessman Roger Wheeler and Edward “Brian” Halloran.