Convicted Boston Mobster Moved To Arizona


By Paul Johnson

Tucson, Arizona (CNN) - Convicted Boston mobster James "Whitey" Bulger has been moved to Arizona.
According to the federal bureau of prisons website, Bulger is now being housed at a federal penitentiary in Tucson.
He had been held in a facility in Oklahoma.
In august, a jury held Bulger responsible for 11 killings from 1973 through 1985.
He was convicted on multiple counts, including racketeering.
Bulger was sentenced to two life terms plus five years.

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