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bulger

In golf, a wooden club (especially a driver) characterized by a face that is convex and thus "bulges" slightly outward. It is no longer in common use. My grandpa's collection of old clubs even has a bulger in it.
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The premise to his appeal, according to Bulger's lawyer Hank Brennan, is that Bulger did not get a fair trail due to details of an immunity deal promised to the ex-gangster by a now deceased prosecutor being withheld from jury members.
He and Bulger even won the Massachusetts state lottery, bagging $14million, but many suspect they coerced the winner into having them as partners.
You can see this early on when Connolly is trying to convince his FBI superiors to work with Bulger -- he hates being called Whitey, as blond and blue-eyed as he is -- as an antidote to the Italian mafia.
Despite his misgivings, Bulger reasons his deal with the Fed, also a childhood pal, will allow him to muscle in on the competition and take control of the entire city.
In the film, the sands begin to shift for the unholy alliance between Bulger and the FBI with the new arrival of an federal prosecutor named Fred Wyshak.
Prosecutors suggested during the trial that he exaggerated that claim to sell copies of a book he wrote about Bulger.
The boy, now in his 30s, was only nine when loner Bulger took him under his wing when the young lad's home life was in turmoil, living with his mum and a stepdad he couldn't get on with.
The documentary reviews how the FBI used Bulger to take down the Mafia in Boston while Bulger built his own criminal network.
District Judge Denise Casper told Bulger, 84, who was convicted in August on charges that also included racketeering, extortion and drug dealing as he ran Boston's Winter Hill crime gang in the 1970s and '80s.
US District Judge Denise Casper has set aside two days for family members of the people who were shot, strangled or killed in other ways by Bulger's Winter Hill gang in the 1970s and '80s to have their say before she sends the 84-year-old Bulger to prison, likely for the rest of his life.
FEARED mob boss James 'Whitey' Bulger, the Mafi-oso who ruled the roost over America's underworld, salted away the blood money from his life of organised crime in Birmingham.
13 ( ANI ): James 'Whitey' Bulger, one of America's most notorious underworld bosses, has been convicted of 11 murders.