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BOSTON (AP) — The guilty verdicts against James "Whitey" Bulger brought catharsis and closure to relatives of the 11 victims in whose killings he was convicted of playing a role, but for the families of the eight people whose deaths couldn't be definitively linked to the Boston mob boss, peace will be harder to come by.
Jury finds former Boston mob boss guilty of 31 of 32 charges and 11 of 19 murders Monday.
The New York City police department was found guilty of racial discrimination.
Tough punishments 'breed disrespect for the system,' attorney general will say.
Derek Medina allegedly uploaded a photo of his dead wife following a confession post.
Authorities say the woman he is accused of killing died from blunt force trauma.
A San Diego man publicly begged his neighbor to return his daughter, who he is suspected of kidnapping.
Witnesses said they saw the teens throwing explosives from a car as they drove through the neighborhood.
The Irish mob boss also asked authorities to give more than $800,000 to the families of alleged victims.
One of Castro's victims spoke at the hearing and said he would 'face hell for eternity.'