"Whitey" Bulger Task Force to Use the Internet
BOSTON -- The task force trying to hunt down fugitive gangster James "Whitey" Bulger is reportedly teaming up with a global Internet company.
Terra Lycos, based in Madrid, Spain, will begin posting a series of "virtual Internet posters" with Bulger's picture. The Boston Herald says the posters in English and Spanish also will include notice of a $1 million dollar reward for the capture of Bulger -- who's been on the lam since 1995.
Meanwhile, the widow of a man allegedly murdered by Bulger's gang in 1982 has filed a wrongful death suit against the FBI and seven former agents. Mary Jane Callahan claims the FBI leaked information that her husband, John Callahan, was cooperating in the probe of the mob murder of World Jai Alai president Roger Wheeler. (AP)