Stephen Davis still looking for justice for murdered sister
BOSTON (WHDH) -- Stephen Davis is still looking for justice for his sister, Debbie Davis, in her murder during the recent trial of James Whitey Bulger.
Davis has turned to the Suffolk County district attorney's office to see if a murder charge can be brought against the convicted mob boss at the local level.
“I would love to see him tried at the local level for a couple different reasons. One reason, to let the public see him because you can bring cameras into the courtroom. The other reason, [the letter] is hard to read,” said Stephen Davis, victim’s brother.
Davis’ meeting with the DA comes after another Bulger letter, he penned behind bars, began circulating. The new letter unloading on the Davis family insisting, “I never killed a woman in my life.”
The letter insists it was Stephen Flemmi who killed her.
Bulger wrote about Stephen Davis saying he was, “always outside court with stories, lies, making accusations.”
Davis remains confident that in the end, Bulger will be brought to trial for his sister's murder.
A spokesman for the district attorney, Dan Conley, said it may take several months before they make a final determination on whether or not to level that murder charge against James Whitey Bulger.