This courtroom sketch depicts Stephen "The Rifleman" Flemmi, upper right, on the witness stand as defendant James "Whitey" Bulger listens, seated middle, next to his defense attorney J. W. Carney Jr., seated far right, while prosecutor Fred Wyshak, standing left, questions Flemmi during Bulger's racketeering and murder trial at U.S. District Court in Boston, Friday, July 19, 2013. Flemmi, who was once Bulger's loyal partner, has recounted multiple killings he says Bulger was involved in, either as a triggerman or a driving force. (AP Photo/Jane Flavell Collins)
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Coakley hears fishermen's plight
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Lawmakers target bill at 'upskirt' ruling
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Local bank warns of potential scam calls
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