Catherine Greig, slain mobster James “Whitey” Bulger’s lover whereas both have been on the lam, is being moved to a halfway home on Cape Cod, the Herald has discovered.
The federal Bureau of Prisons stated Greig is being transferred from a lockup in Waseca, Minn., to “Barnstable County” on June 19 and electronic monitoring shall be executed in Bourne, a letter states.
That notification was delivered to Mary Callahan, whose husband, John, was shot to demise and left in the trunk of a automotive in a Miami airport in 1982 because he knew too much about Bulger’s gang. That link to Bulger has entitled her to being notified about prisoners tied to the infamous case.
“Now that Whitey’s lifeless, will she speak?” Callahan stated of Greig, who has refused to discuss her years on the run together with her serial killer boyfriend.
“They will watch her. Does she know where the money is?” Callahan added about tales of Bulger stashing tens of millions around the globe.
“This just keeps happening and on,” Callahan added. “As I’ve stated, my husband was a really thrilling man when he was alive and it never stops when he’s lifeless.”
Greig, 68, pleaded responsible in 2012 to id fraud and harboring a fugitive. She pleaded responsible to legal contempt in 2016 for refusing to cooperate with authorities towards Bulger.
Bulger and Greig have been captured in 2011 in an condo in Santa Monica, Calif., after sixteen years on the lam. The FBI found greater than $800,000 in cash inside the walls of that condo.
Bulger was crushed to dying last fall inside a maximum-safety prison in Bruceton Mills, W.Va. The ruthless boss of the Winter Hill Gang, whose double life as a prime-echelon informant helped the FBI take down his rivals within the New England Mafia, was 89. He was serving life sentences for 11 murders.
The Bulger family — including former UMass and state Senate president William Bulger — have filed a wrongful dying lawsuit for his or her brother’s dying in that case.
The Bulger siblings are all listed on Suffolk Probate Courtroom data as beneficiaries of their lifeless brother’s property.
These data, obtained by the Herald, show the 89-yr-previous Whitey Bulger was murdered in his cell at U.S. Penitentiary Hazelton on Oct. 30. He died from “blunt drive injuries of the top,” in line with his demise certificate, and died within “minutes.” He was buried in St. Joseph Cemetery in West Roxbury.
However those data additionally claim his property was value nothing.
Greig is scheduled to be released Sept. 29, 2020. The prison bureau letter additionally states she is eligible to be part of the Elderly Offenders Residence Detention Program. The letter adds she plans on dwelling in Quincy as soon as she is free.