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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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On September 11, The Associated Press released an article about Frank Salemme’s sentencing (please see link below). According to the article, “Before being sentenced, Salemme stood up and said the “real story” will one day come out.” I hope so. Certainly, Salemme is a scary guy. Certainly, he has been involved in the murder of many–after all, he was a Mafia Boss! The question is, was he involved in …

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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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As a star witness in the federal trial of former mob boss Frank Salemme, Steve Flemmi recently admitted that he was involved in “about 50 murders.” In 2003, he avoided the death penalty by confessing to Assistant US Attorney Fred Wyshak his involvement in 10 killings and cooperating with prosecutors by telling them what they wanted to hear (didn’t seem to matter whether or not it was true.) Wyshak submitted …

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