Shelley Murphy

Boston Globe

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Reporter for the Boston Globe and co-author of Whitey Bulger: America’s Most Wanted Gangster and the Manhunt That Brought Him to Justice   

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The multiple-murder trial of 83-year-old Whitey Bulger is the kind of real-life drama that would seem excessive even in a contemporary film or TV series.

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The multiple-murder trial of 83-year-old Whitey Bulger is the kind of real-life drama that would seem excessive even in a contemporary film or TV series.

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The multiple-murder trial of 83-year-old Whitey Bulger is the kind of real-life drama that would seem excessive even in a contemporary film or TV series.

Whitey Bulger Trial Gets Going

The multiple-murder trial of 83-year-old Whitey Bulger is the kind of real-life drama that would seem excessive even in a contemporary film or TV series.

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