Bulger Team Goes On Attack Against Government's Case

, The National Law Journal


Accused mobster James "Whitey" Bulger's lawyer opened his defense on Wednesday by launching a frontal attack against federal law enforcement authorities, accusing them of letting vicious cronies off lightly, even for murder, to build their case against him.

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  • Darren McKinney

    Please, Mr. Carney, two wrongs don't make a right. You should have convinced your murderous client to be a man and plead guilty to all counts. If he wouldn't go along, you should have refused to represent him. Save the taxpayers (and jurors) money and cut a deal. Surely prosecutors would let an impotent octogenarian serve his multiple life sentences in the cozy confines of a minimum security facility if you asked them nicely enough.

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