Statements from the bureau over the years
By Maria Cramer Globe Staff / June 21, 2011
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Aug. 1999“I’m here to tell you we are out to catch him.” — Barry Mawn, special agent in charge of the FBI’s Boston office.
Nov. 2000“Our duty is to do whatever it takes to bring Whitey Bulger to justice.” — Charles Prouty, special agent in charge of the FBI’s Boston office.
Sept. 2002“There’s a large team of investigators and analysts who work on this full time.” — Thomas Larned, the agent who oversaw the multiagency Bulger Task Force.
May 2003“I will do whatever it takes to get this guy. I don’t care who catches him; I just want it over and done with. My goal is to have him caught and move on.“ — Kenneth Kaiser, one month after he was made special agent in charge of the Boston office.
Sept. 2008“The Bulger Fugitive Task Force will doggedly hunt for Mr. Bulger until he is apprehended and returned to Massachusetts.” — Noreen Gleason, assistant special agent in charge of the FBI’s Boston office.
Aug. 2009“I always laugh when people say to me: ‘The FBI doesn’t want to capture him. They’re afraid of what he might say.’ I mean, what else is he going to say, “There’s another FBI agent that was on the take?” ’ — Warren T. Bamford, special agent in charge of the Boston office.
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