When assigned to find James "Whitey" Bulger in 2000, then-Drug Enforcement Agency agent Pamela Hay had a problem: She wasn't convinced her FBI counterparts wanted to catch him. Bulger was found guilty... more 
When assigned to find James "Whitey" Bulger in 2000, then-Drug Enforcement Agency agent Pamela Hay had a problem: She wasn't convinced her FBI counterparts wanted to catch him. Bulger was found guilty of 31 of 32 counts, in a case that is a step towards redemption for the Boston office of the FBI. One of the jurors in the Whitey Bulger trial said there were fireworks in the deliberation room before they convicted him of racketeering and other crimes ? and they gave the Boston mob boss "the benefit of the doubt" on some of the murder charges. A federal judge in Florida has thrown out a lawsuit accusing the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission of negligence, for failing to report that the now-imprisoned swindler Allen Stanford was running a $7.2 billion Ponzi scheme. less 
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