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Prosecution rests in Connolly case

Top judge, Stern on ex-agent's list of witnesses

Al Diaz/ap/Pool/fileJohn Connolly, in Miami court last month, could face life in prison if convicted of murder and conspiracy to commit murder in the 1982 killing of John B. Callahan. Al Diaz/ap/Pool/fileJohn Connolly, in Miami court last month, could face life in prison if convicted of murder and conspiracy to commit murder in the 1982 killing of John B. Callahan. (Al Diaz/ap/Pool/file)
By Shelley Murphy
Globe Staff / October 9, 2008

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After calling 19 witnesses - including a trio of killers and a disgraced FBI supervisor - over the past month, the prosecution rested its case yesterday in the Miami murder trial of retired FBI agent John J. Connolly Jr., who is accused of plotting with longtime informants James "Whitey" Bulger and Stephen "The Rifleman" Flemmi to kill a Boston business ... (Full article: 390 words)

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