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The latest news regarding the murder of James “Whitey” Bulger is that the men indicted for killing him have made a deal with the DOJ. How interesting! Though Fotios Geas a Mafia hitman, and  Paul DeCologero a gangster who murdered and dismembered a girl, were seen on camera entering and exiting Bulger’s cell the night he was killed, it took almost four years for them to be indicted. Now, six …

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THE MURDER OF JOHN CALLAHAN–Made Simple: John Callahan was a wanna be thug, and the best friend, for 25 years, of serial killer Johnny Martorano. Callahan, was embezzling funds from his boss, Roger Wheeler. Mr. Wheeler was beginning an investigation. Callahan, afraid he’d be found out, asked his BFF Johnny M. to take care of the problem and kill Mr. Wheeler. According to Whitey Bulger, Martorano sought his help. …

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Many refer to Bulger as a “monster.” (I’ve never heard John Martorano or Steve Flemmi referred to as monsters — only Bulger.) After spending 15 hours in face-to-face conversation with Bulger, I can tell you that he was very human. Was there a monster within that could be stirred? I believe there was, and given the right circumstances it would appear. My question is: Who or What created this …

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A recent ruling of Federal Judge Kenneth A. Marra in Florida (see link below) caused me to think about the trial of James “Whitey” Bulger. https://www.miamiherald.com/news/state/florida/article226577419.html I can’t help but wonder if AUSAs Fred Wyshak, Brian Kelly, and whoever else made the disgusting deals with the murderous FBI agent John Morris; the serial killers John Martorano and Steve Flemmi; or the untouchable Pat Nee were sharing with their victims’ …

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“Whitey” Bulger is dead. He never liked being call Whitey. His name was James. I called him Jim. I took part in sending him to prison 5 years ago as a juror in a highly orchestrated trial. A trial that never had to be. Jim wanted to plead guilty to all charges, and was willing to accept an expedited death sentence. A trial that never had to be, because …

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According to Merriam-Webster Dictionary, Flip means: to cause or persuade (a witness) to cooperate in prosecuting a criminal case against an associate. It’s regularly used within the American Judicial System, by federal, state, and county prosecutors. Certainly, it has its place in persuading a lesser criminal to offer information on a more dangerous or corrupt individual. In white collar crimes, it’s an effective tool–within limits. White collar crime focuses …

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A “Lynching Memorial” now exists in Montgomery, Alabama (National Memorial for Peace and Justice). It’s purpose is to address and recognize mass murders by lynching, and injustices shown to hundreds of Americans of African descent. Injustices which were not limited to the South. Boston’s history has its own version of Lynching. On a cold, winter night in 1968, John Martorano was offered a ride by Herb Smith, manager of …

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