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The Whitey Bulger Trial Reveals Inner Workings Of The Mob
The Whitey Bulger Trial Reveals Inner Workings Of The Mob

AIR DATE: August 15, 2013

On Monday, a jury convicted mob boss Whitey Bulger of more than 30 crimes, and connected him to 11 murders. The trial also revealed the inner workings of the Boston mob and the extent of corruption in the city's FBI office. Two experts on the Boston mob will be at the Mob Museum this weekend to talk about the trial, and the convoluted case of Whitey Bulger.


Stephanie Schorow, co-author, "The Boston Mob Guide: Hit Men, Hoodlums and Hideouts"

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