Thursday, June 23, 2011


The capture of the wanted Boston Mobster raises some interesting questions of informant use. How transparent will the FBI be about its tolerance/ratification of his continued illegal acts while in its employ? How will they deal with the possible complicity of agents in the commission of some of Bulger's crimes? Did Whitey have some kind of promise of immunity in that he had to keep committing illegal acts to stay viable in the crime the world.

Folks, this is not gonna be simple.


At 6:40 PM, June 23, 2011, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well, let's hope he doesn't have immunity, we know what can happen with that.

At 7:45 AM, June 26, 2011, Anonymous Anonymous said...

He violated his agreement by running. And they were already about to arrest him a decade ago, so surely had their case in order?

At 82 he might be ready for some assisted living. He can relax, get decent health care and three squares. Such a deal.

Maybe they can give him special privileges if he gives up new intel ... "Hey, give up Costello and we'll get you the whirlpool once a week, and more of those little ice cream bars you like"


At 9:29 AM, July 07, 2011, Anonymous Anonymous said...

UMR, what say you on the casey anthony isue, penny for your thoughts?

At 8:38 AM, July 14, 2011, Anonymous Anonymous said...

UMR, what say you on casey anthony verdict/trail? UMR, I thought we had a relationship? Please UMR, penny for your thoughts!


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