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Whitey Bulger says he won’t rat to save an innocent man

Convicted gangster James “Whitey” Bulger is no rat — even if it means saving an innocent man’s life. The Boston Globe reports that Bulger declined to detail what he knows about a murder in 1980 in a letter sent last month to Boston native Deborah McCauley Chin, who wrote Bulger on behalf of her friend, Frederick...
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