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Bulger ordered home

James “Whitey’’ Bulger, the notorious South Boston mobster who eluded capture for 16 years, stood before a federal judge in Los Angeles yesterday and was ordered back to Boston to finally answer accusations in 19 slayings and years of untold mayhem. (By Peter Schworm and Shelley Murphy, Globe Staff)
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Justice, finally, for Boston

In James J. “Whitey’’ Bulger’s capture, there is finally justice for all. (By Brian McGrory, Globe Columnist)

Victims’ kin relieved and rueful

The long list of Bulger’s alleged victims includes pals and fellow criminals, people he saw as a risk to his once-powerful crime operation, and others who were simply in the wrong place at the wrong moment. (By David Abel and Patricia Wen, Globe Staff)

A pretty peaceful hideaway

Life on the lam for crime boss James J. “Whitey’’ Bulger and his longtime girlfriend was not luxurious, but when they did stop running, it was in a lovely setting. (By Lynda Gorov, Globe Correspondent)


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