Whitey on Trial
Secrets, Corruption, and the Search for Truth
A dramatic chronicle of the murder trial of Whitey Bulger draws on case testimony and the first-person perspectives of attorneys, jurors, victims, and lovers as well as the co-author's experiences with the FBI Bulger Task Force.
Investigative journalist Jon Leiberman travelled the world with the FBI’s Whitey Bulger task force. Former Boston area prosecutor and legal analyst Margaret McLean witnessed every day of testimony, heard every word uttered in court. Both authors have developed close relationships with the investigators, the lawyers, and Whitey’s friends, his fellow mobsters, his victims and their families.
In Whitey on Trial, the truth is revealed through trial testimony, interviews with cops, FBI agents, prosecutors and defense attorneys, and members of the jury that ultimately found Bulger guilty on thirty-one counts, including eleven murders. An exclusive letter from Whitey to McLean offers insight into his state of mind immediately following the verdict.
Whitey on Trial is the definitive firsthand account of the Whitey Bulger trial.
A dramatic chronicle of the murder trial of Whitey Bulger draws on case testimony and the first-person perspectives of attorneys, jurors, victims and lovers as well as the co-author's experiences with the FBI Bulger Task Force.
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It was an anomaly, but we realized by then that anything could happen: it was the summer of whitey.
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