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Billy Bulger
Billy Bulger
Also known as 'The Corrupt Midget,' William 'Billy' Bulger was the President of the Massachusetts Senate for nearly two decades, while his older brother James 'Whitey' Bulger did his dirty work. Whitey ended up on the FBI's Most Wanted List, while Billy ended up becoming University of Massachusetts President. Later, Billy was forced to resign, while Whitey was eventually captured and convicted of mass murder.
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Subpoenaed to testify before Congress, former Massachusetts Senate President Billy Bulger claimed to have no contact with his fugitive murderer brother, Whitey Bulger.
“So please allow me to speak plainy. I do not know where my brother is. I do not know where he has been over the past 8 years. I have not aided James Bulger in any way while he has been a fugitive. Do I have possess information that could lead to my brother's arrest? The honest answer is no.”
Billy Bulger, June 19, 2003 Audio and/or video clip available

Subpoenaed to testify before Congress, former Massachusetts Senate President Billy Bulger pretended to be a law abiding citizen.
“I care deeply for my brother, but no one should construe my expression of concern as in any way condoning any illegal acts.”
Billy Bulger, June 19, 2003 Audio and/or video clip available

Subpoenaed to testify before Congress, former Massachusetts Senate President Billy Bulger dramatically understated his mass murdering brother's crimes.
“And while I worried about my brother, I now recognize that I didn't fully grasp the dimensions of his life. Few people probably did.”
Billy Bulger, June 19, 2003 Audio and/or video clip available

Subpoenaed to testify before Congress, former Massachusetts Senate President Billy Bulger complained he was a victim of people trying to reveal the massive criminal and murdering spree of his fugitive brother.
“For years my political opponents, my detractors in the press, and my adversaries in public debate have tried to use my brother in a cynical and calculated way in order to gain advantage.”
Billy Bulger, June 19, 2003 Audio and/or video clip available

Subpoenaed to testify before Congress, former Massachusetts Senate President Billy Bulger immediately pleaded the fifth.
“I understand from your staff that your procedures require me to reassert my privilege under the 5th Amendment in order to effectuate the order of Chief Judge Hogan and I do so at this time.”
Billy Bulger, June 19, 2003 Audio and/or video clip available

Subpoenaed to testify before Congress, former Massachusetts Senate President Billy Bulger claimed he never asked FBI John Connolly for any favors (despite trying to get Connolly named Commissioner of the Boston Police Department). Connolly was later convicted of murder and racketeering.
“On the matter of the second question of John Connolly seeking to help me, I don't know of it, especially the instance that you've referenced, but John was a friend of mine, and I assure you I never asked him to interfere in any such procedures. Never.”
Billy Bulger, June 19, 2003 Audio and/or video clip available

Subpoenaed to testify before Congress, former Massachusetts Senate President Billy Bulger claimed he knew nothing about an amendment that was snuck into the 1982 Massachusetts budget forcing two state police officers investigating his brother's criminal organization to retire.
“No, I tell you I have no memory of the amendment, none whatsoever.”
Billy Bulger, June 19, 2003 Audio and/or video clip available

Subpoenaed to testify before Congress, former Massachusetts Senate President Billy Bulger confirmed previous Senate President Kevin B. Harrington was a friend and that his shady indictment allowed Bulger to take the position.
“He is still I hope a friend of mine and he was indicted.”
Billy Bulger, June 19, 2003 Audio and/or video clip available

Subpoenaed to testify before Congress, former Massachusetts Senate President Billy Bulger did not recall if he had ever talked with his brother Whitey Bulger about being an FBI informant.
“I don't recall such conversation, but I would assume some place after it appeared in the newspaper I might have asked the question, 'what is this all about?'”
Billy Bulger, June 19, 2003 Audio and/or video clip available

Subpoenaed to testify before Congress, former Massachusetts Senate President Billy Bulger admitted that he coordinated a call from his fugitive mass murderer brother Whitey Bulger.
“I was asked where I would be and I received the call there.”
Billy Bulger, June 19, 2003 Audio and/or video clip available

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