Notorious Boston hit man James "Whitey" Bulger has adopted an unlikely cause: exonerating a man who's in prison for murder, the Boston Globe reports. Fred Weichel, a South Boston man behind bars for 32 years, has long claimed he never killed a city Water and Sewer Commission worker in 1980....
The Wagner/Cuban Company's Magnolia Pictures announced today that they have acquired US theatrical, VOD and home entertainment rights to Whitey: The United States of America v. James J Bulger, a documentary about notorious Irish gangster Whitey Bulger and the massive law enforcement corruption surrounding his reign of terror in South Boston. Show More Summary
Magnolia Pictures acquired US theatrical, VOD and home entertainment rights to Whitey: The United States Of America V. James J Bulger, the Joe Berlinger-directed docu on notorious Irish gangster Whitey Bulger and the massive law enforcement corruption that allowed his reign of terror to proliferate in South Boston and enable his escape from justice. Show More Summary
Dakota Johnson is set to become a household name next year for playing the role of Anastasia Steele in the film version of the E.L. James’ bestseller ” Fifty Shades of Grey.” Not that Dakota, 24, is entirely unknown. She has already appeared in a number of movies, and has even ventured into TV; her... Show More Summary
The attorney for Fred Weichel claims that James "Whitey" Bulger urged a corrupt FBI agent not to tell authorities he saw Weichel at a bar shortly before Robert LaMonica was fatally shot in 1980
These questions originally appeared on Quora. Answers by Joe Berlinger, Director, Whitey: United States of America v. James J. Bulger, Nonfiction film/television director/producer whose films include Paradise Lost, Brother's Keeper,Show More Summary
Alleged mob boss James "Whitey" Bulger was sentenced in November to two life terms plus five years in prison after the jury found he was involved in 11 murders. In the documentary "Whitey: United States of America v. James J. Bulger," Bulger finally speaks out.
During his trial, former mob boss James "Whitey" Bulger decided not to testify on his own behalf, calling the proceedings a "sham." But in the new documentary "Whitey: United States of America v. James J. Bulger," Bulger defends himself against charges that he was a longtime FBI informant and that he killed two women.
PARK CITY, Utah (AP) — James “Whitey” Bulger speaks. Though he declined to take the stand Bulger Defends Himself In ‘Whitey’ Doc At Sundance - -
When authorities searched the apartment of Boston gangster James "Whitey" Bulger, they found $822,000 in cash and a large collection of guns hidden in holes cut into the walls. Other than the...
BOSTON (Reuters) - Convicted gangster James "Whitey" Bulger and his girlfriend, Catherine Greig, exchanged love letters on a legal pad provided by a defense attorney who visited them in prison before the mobster went on trial last year, local media rep...
Former Boston crime boss James "Whitey" Bulger has been moved to a federal prison in Oklahoma, although it was not immediately clear if he is there to stay. The 84-year-old Bulger was being held Tuesday at FTC Oklahoma City, according to the federal Bureau of Prisons website. Th …
Convicted killer James “Whitey” Bulger must pay $6 million to the family of one of his victims, a federal judge has ruled. Bulger, the once fearsome Boston crime boss, was ordered Friday by U.S. District Judge Denise J. Casper to pay the money to relatives of Oklahoma businessman Roger Wheeler, who was gunned down in 1981, the Boston Globe reports. Show More Summary
Federal prosecutor Brian T. Kelly, whose cases include fugitive Boston mobster James "Whitey" Bulger, is joining law firm Nixon Peabody LLP.
On Sunday November 24, 60 Minutes correspondent Steve Kroft revisited the Boston gangster’s undercover life and capture in Santa Monica, although his report very strangely skipped over any specific mention of Anna Bjornsdottir (a.k.a. Show More Summary
(BOSTON) — Former Boston crime boss James “Whitey” Bulger could soon see some of his jewelry, clothes and other belongings on the auction block. The U.S. Marshals Service will auction off many of the items seized from Bulger’s California apartment after his arrest two years ago, The Boston Globe reported Saturday. Show More Summary
BOSTON (AP) — Former Boston crime boss James "Whitey" Bulger could soon see some of his jewelry, clothes and other belongings on the auction block.
Boston mobster James "Whitey" Bulger, who was sentenced this month to two life sentences, has been transferred to a federal lockup in New York City that has a checkered past, records show. The Bureau of Prisons does not comment on the movements of specific inmates, but a spokesm …
BOSTON (Reuters) - Lawyers for mobster James "Whitey" Bulger on Wednesday said they plan to appeal his August conviction on charges including 11 murders, less than a week after a U.S. judge sentenced the former leader of Boston's "Winter Hill" gang to...
Infamous former Boston crime boss James “Whitey” Bulger was given a life sentence on Thursday for his murderous reign in the 1970s and ‘80s. Nevertheless, questions remained for the families of some of his victims. Whitey Bulger Sentenced...Show More Summary