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Boston, Massachusetts / Bulger Trial #1049233

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Aug 03, 2013
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(Studio: Terrell Brown) Report introduced.

(Boston: Jim Armstrong) The mysterious death of Stephen Rakes, who was to be a witness in the trial of mobster James "Whitey:"Bulger, examined; details given about the alleged extortion by Bulger of Rakes and the discovery of his body. [Last year, RAKES - recounts the threats against him.] ["Boston Globe" reporter Kevin CULLEN - says Rakes wants to testify against Bulger.] The charges that a business associate, rather than Bulger, caused the death of Rakes noted. [Middlesex County D.A. Marian RYAN†- says William Carmuti†† killed Rakes.]

Brown, Terrell;
Armstrong, Jim

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