The Life of America's Most Notorious Mob BosseBook - 2013
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But the idea that Bill Bulger might ask someone to lookout for his brother hardly seemed out of the question given the history of instances where Bill stepped up as Whitey's advocate.
No right or wrong, no moral judgement was attached; rather, informing was a strategy taken for self-preservation, which, after all, was what mattered most.
The FBI valued informants as much as and probably more than any other police agency.
Whitey never served a day despite multiple arrests, the system kept spitting him out.
Like Rico and Condon before him, Connolly was not about to let rules or any other obstacles get in his way.
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