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Boston, Massachusetts / Bulger Trial #1051525

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Jul 21, 2013
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(Studio: Don Lemon) Report introduced.

(Boston: Susan Candiotti) The trial in Boston of mobster James “Whitey” Bulger updated; courtroom sketches by Jane Collins shown; details given about the exchange between Bulger and ex-crime partner Stephen “The Rifleman” Flemmi††, Flemmi’s testimony about Bulger murdering his girlfriend Debra Davis††, and the suspicious death of Bulger extortion victim Stephen Rakes††. [“Whitey Bulger” author/”Boston Globe” columnist Kevin CULLEN†- comments on the foul language used by these “thugs”; wonders if Bulger will take the stand.] [Deb Davis’s brother Steve DAVIS†- reacts to Flemmi’s testimony.] [Rakes’ former attorney Michael CONNOLLY†- says he doesn’t know what a motive could be.]

(Studio: Don Lemon) Earlier discussion held with former Bulger associate John “Red” Shea† about the case. [SHEA – says Stevie was the nail in the coffin for Bulger.]

Reporter(s):
Lemon, Don;
Candiotti, Susan
Duration:
00:03:50

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