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Catherine Greig, 68, the old girlfriend of the deceased Boston gangster James & # 39; Whitey & # 39; Bulger Jr. may serve the last year of an eight-year prison sentence for helping him avoid his family in a rich suburb of Boston

The old girlfriend of the deceased Boston gangster James & # 39; Whitey & # 39; Bulger Jr. may serve the final year of an eight-year prison sentence for helping him avoid his family in a rich suburb of Boston.

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Catherine Greig, 68, resides in a house in Hingham, owned by a daughter and son-in-law of Bulger's brother, William Bulger, the former president of the Massachusetts Senate.

The gangster gal pal is spotted while walking outside the building with a small dog wearing sunglasses. Greig, who is gaining her freedom in July, declined to comment on Thursday when she was approached by a Boston Globe reporter, reports the Associated Press.

Catherine Greig, 68, the old girlfriend of the deceased Boston gangster James & # 39; Whitey & # 39; Bulger Jr. may serve the last year of an eight-year prison sentence for helping him avoid his family in a rich suburb of Boston

Catherine Greig, 68, the old girlfriend of the deceased Boston gangster James & # 39; Whitey & # 39; Bulger Jr. may serve the last year of an eight-year prison sentence for helping him avoid his family in a rich suburb of Boston

Catherine Greig (pictured above) resides in a house in Hingham, owned by a daughter and son-in-law of Bulger's brother, William Bulger, former President of the Massachusetts Senate

Catherine Greig (pictured above) resides in a house in Hingham, owned by a daughter and son-in-law of Bulger's brother, William Bulger, former President of the Massachusetts Senate

Catherine Greig (pictured above) resides in a house in Hingham, owned by a daughter and son-in-law of Bulger's brother, William Bulger, former President of the Massachusetts Senate

Catherine Greig (photo) pleaded guilty to harboring a fugitive and identifying fraud after 16 years of helping her old friend Boston ganster Whitey Bulger catch them.
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Catherine Greig (photo) pleaded guilty to harboring a fugitive and identifying fraud after 16 years of helping her old friend Boston ganster Whitey Bulger catch them.

James "Whitey" Bulgar Jr. (photo) was killed in a federal prison by three prisoners with Mafia bands on October 30, 2018

James "Whitey" Bulgar Jr. (photo) was killed in a federal prison by three prisoners with Mafia bands on October 30, 2018

Catherine Greig (left) helped her friend, Boston gangster James & # 39; Whitey & # 39; Bulger Jr. (right), can be avoided for 16 years. They were picked up in 2011 in Santa Monica, California, where they were found in cash with $ 800,000 and had 30 weapons stored in a rented house

Her lawyer, Kevin Reddington, says that his client has paid her debts to the company and should be allowed to live her life with happiness.

Greig pleaded guilty to harboring a fugitive and identifying fraud after helping to avoid Bulger for 16 years. She was locked up in a minimal security facility in Waseca, Minnesota, and probably did not know when Bulger was killed in a federal prison on October 30, 2018 by three prisoners with Mafia bands.

The couple started dating in the 1970s and had lived together in Boston. She was 24 when they met, 22 years younger than Bulger, according to Boston.com.

Mobster gal pal Catherine Greig (pictured above) was seen walking outside the property with a small dog wearing sunglasses. Her lawyer, Kevin Reddington, says his client has paid her debt to society and should be allowed to "live her life with happiness"

Mobster gal pal Catherine Greig (pictured above) was seen walking outside the property with a small dog wearing sunglasses. Her lawyer, Kevin Reddington, says his client has paid her debt to society and should be allowed to "live her life with happiness"

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Mobster Gal Pal Catherine Greig (pictured above) was seen walking outside the building with a small dog wearing sunglasses. Her lawyer, Kevin Reddington, says that his client has paid her debts to the company and should be allowed to live her life with happiness & # 39; & # 39;

In 1995 the two fled.

Prosecutors said that Greig had countless opportunities to leave Bulger or report him, but she never did. Instead, the couple introduced themselves as married retired people from Chicago.

Then they were arrested in 2011 in Santa Monica, California, where they were found with $ 800,000 in cash and had 30 weapons stored in a rented house.

James "Whitey" Bulger Jr. was killed in a federal prison by three prisoners with Mafia bands on October 30, 2018. The cemetery where James "Whitey" Bulgar Jr. was buried at St. Joseph's Cemetery in the West Roxbury district of Boston is pictured above

James "Whitey" Bulger Jr. was killed in a federal prison by three prisoners with Mafia bands on October 30, 2018. The cemetery where James "Whitey" Bulgar Jr. was buried at St. Joseph's Cemetery in the West Roxbury district of Boston is pictured above

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James & # 39; Whitey & # 39; Bulger Jr. was killed in a federal prison by three prisoners with Mafia bands on October 30, 2018. The cemetery where James & # 39; Whitey & # 39; Bulgar Jr. was buried at St. Joseph's Cemetery in the West Roxbury district of Boston is pictured above

Greig pleaded guilty to harboring a fugitive and identifying fraud, while Bulger was sent to a federal prison for life.

The infamous gangster, aged 89 and wheelchair-bound, would eventually be killed in USP Hazelton, a high-security federal prison in Bruceton Mills, West Virginia. He was beaten with a padlock hidden in a sock and his eyes were almost outstretched in the mafia-like blow, the authorities said.

Both maintained their romance even when they were both placed behind bars.

In 2014, Bulger was to write notes on his lawyer's legal notebook in his cell in Massachusetts and have them delivered to Greig through his lawyer, who was then detained in a prison in Rhode Island.

Prosecutors said that Greig had countless opportunities to leave Bulger or report him, but she never did. Instead, the couple introduced themselves as married retired people from Chicago. Both are pictured above
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Prosecutors said that Greig had countless opportunities to leave Bulger or report him, but she never did. Instead, the couple introduced themselves as married retired people from Chicago. Both are pictured above

Prosecutors said that Greig had countless opportunities to leave Bulger or report him, but she never did. Instead, the couple introduced themselves as married retired people from Chicago. Both are pictured above

The couple would sob if they read the other person's notes, according to the Boston Globe.

Bulger had his lawyer J.W. Carney, whom he regretted never marrying Greig, who had left her old life to hide with the gangster sought by the FBI.

In one of those sincere letters, Bulger wrote: & # 39; My 16 years on the run were the happiest years of my life and hers. Memories support me. & # 39;

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& # 39; If I had met Catherine at a younger age, I would have had a better life. She was the best thing that ever happened to me, & he added.

When asked about Greig after moving to Hingham, her sister, Margaret McCusker, says the former convict loved Bulger and misses him.

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