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Ex-FBI agent tells of '81 probe

Agency was wary of Bulger, he says

By Shelley Murphy
Globe Staff / June 13, 2006

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A retired FBI official who has been critical of the agency's handling of gangsters James ``Whitey" Bulger and Stephen ``The Rifleman" Flemmi testified yesterday that the FBI coined a phrase for agents who got too cozy with their informants: ``Going native." (Full article: 575 words)

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