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Jeremiah T. O'Sullivan, 66; prosecutor ran force against organized crime in N.E.

Barry Chin/globe staffAs US attorney in 1989, Jeremiah O'Sullivan declined to bring charges against Senate president William M. Bulger amid allegations of extortion involving a State Street development. Barry Chin/globe staffAs US attorney in 1989, Jeremiah O'Sullivan declined to bring charges against Senate president William M. Bulger amid allegations of extortion involving a State Street development. (Barry Chin/globe staff)
By J.M. Lawrence
Globe Correspondent / February 14, 2009

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In the 1970s and '80s, federal prosecutor Jeremiah T. O'Sullivan headed the New England Organized Crime Strike Force through pioneering racketeering cases that brought down the Winter Hill Gang and Boston mob boss Gennaro "Jerry" Angiulo. (Full article: 1106 words)

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