Three Massachusetts teens are holding onto a piece of "Most Wanted" history. Legendary crime boss Whitey Bulger, the one-time FBI informant who inspired Jack Nicholson's character in the Oscar-winning drama "The Departed," became their pen pal of sorts.
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Published: 2021-04-05 08:51 am
Legendary mob boss Whitey Bulger expresses regret in letter to teen girls
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