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(Boston Herald)   Prosecutors have spent the past decade attacking credibility of people who are now key witnesses against Whitey Bulger. Awkward   (bostonherald.com) divider line 19
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2013-05-30 02:29:12 PM
How odd.  That's what I named my penis.
 
2013-05-30 02:29:15 PM
" Bulger? I hardly *knew* her! "
/try the veal.
 
2013-05-30 02:36:11 PM
How hard is it to just whack this ass clown?
 
2013-05-30 02:41:40 PM

vudukungfu: How hard is it to just whack this ass clown?


Well as you said he is a clown, so he has a clown cock and anything that big takes awhile. You know what I'm saying?
 
2013-05-30 02:51:22 PM
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vudukungfu: How hard is it to just whack this ass clown?


yes, because justice ex officio is so kewl u guise. Just kill eny1 in jial 4 whateva, its gon be gud, zomg
 
2013-05-30 02:57:48 PM
Bulger, 83, is charged with murdering 19 men and women. His trial star studded circus is expected to start June 10.

FTFM
 
2013-05-30 03:01:42 PM
Just wait.  He'll die soon enough.

Maybe he can pull a Reagan and not recall.
 
2013-05-30 03:04:19 PM

Snort: Just wait.  He'll die soon enough.

Maybe he can pull a Reagan and not recall.


Reagan? He had a much better example from his brother Billy. For a dude that powerful, he really did have the worst memory.
 
2013-05-30 03:22:14 PM
Wow... This guy's Wiki bio says he was involved as a subject in MK-ULTRA experiments with LSD and that he did some of his time in Alcatraz.

Born in 1929 and lived as an inner city street kid and living in poverty. It's like a perfect storm of causes of criminality, including a heavy dose of lead exposure as a child.

I think they should have just left him in Santa Monica, as long as he was staying quiet. Would have cost a helluva lot less than this circus. But no, the lawyers all look out for each other and this guy will make for careers and books and everything because the lawyers don't know when to let well enough alone.
 
2013-05-30 03:52:15 PM

wildcardjack: Wow... This guy's Wiki bio says he was involved as a subject in MK-ULTRA experiments with LSD and that he did some of his time in Alcatraz.

Born in 1929 and lived as an inner city street kid and living in poverty. It's like a perfect storm of causes of criminality, including a heavy dose of lead exposure as a child.

I think they should have just left him in Santa Monica, as long as he was staying quiet. Would have cost a helluva lot less than this circus. But no, the lawyers all look out for each other and this guy will make for careers and books and everything because the lawyers don't know when to let well enough alone.


Uni know who else was a MK-ULTRA test subject?... Yes Ted. Not that we would/could ever connect those dots but it makes me wonder how many criminals our government made with that one project?
 
2013-05-30 04:40:40 PM
Nice to see that Farker Howie Carr has got another headline greened.
 
2013-05-30 05:00:27 PM
I can't read this name without thinking of Beaver Cleaver's best friend though I'm not sure they ever gave Whitey a last name.

/Ya, I'm old.
 
2013-05-30 05:00:52 PM

wildcardjack: Wow... This guy's Wiki bio says he was involved as a subject in MK-ULTRA experiments with LSD and that he did some of his time in Alcatraz.

Born in 1929 and lived as an inner city street kid and living in poverty. It's like a perfect storm of causes of criminality, including a heavy dose of lead exposure as a child.

I think they should have just left him in Santa Monica, as long as he was staying quiet. Would have cost a helluva lot less than this circus. But no, the lawyers all look out for each other and this guy will make for careers and books and everything because the lawyers don't know when to let well enough alone.


In other words, let him get away with it? Knowing a murderer's whereabouts and keeping quiet about it would be considered aiding and abetting a criminal. The FBI wouldn't... oh wait, bad example.

At least this time there were members of the general public who tipped them off, giving law enforcement more incentive to get off its ass and arrest the guy. If Bulger is able to reveal whoever else was involved in letting him get away the first time, then good. There's more at issue here than just a fugitive murderer who was finally caught.

And there was already a book and movie loosely based on Bulger, fictional as it was.
 
2013-05-30 05:02:07 PM
For Christ's sake. Take him out in the street croak his ass throw hin in the town dump

Jeez. This ain't rocket surgery.
 
2013-05-30 05:15:12 PM

Clemkadidlefark: For Christ's sake. Take him out in the street croak his ass throw hin in the town dump

Jeez. This ain't rocket surgery.


It is now!
More money will be made/spent a this point than he ever dreamed of in his life.
But not by him.
Now, that right there is irony, it is.

/guess whose money
//go ahead, guess
 
2013-05-30 06:14:01 PM
Might be a little late, but did anyone get the chance to congratulate Obama on being the first black guy to get Whitey???
 
2013-05-30 07:51:28 PM

serialsuicidebomber: Might be a little late, but did anyone get the chance to congratulate Obama on being the first black guy to get Whitey???


thread over
 
2013-05-31 12:43:51 PM

serialsuicidebomber: Might be a little late, but did anyone get the chance to congratulate Obama on being the first black guy to get Whitey???


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2013-05-31 07:34:43 PM

snocone: Clemkadidlefark: For Christ's sake. Take him out in the street croak his ass throw hin in the town dump

Jeez. This ain't rocket surgery.

It is now!
More money will be made/spent a this point than he ever dreamed of in his life.
But not by him.
Now, that right there is irony, it is.

/guess whose money
//go ahead, guess


Uh ... (thinking cap) ... lawturds?
 
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