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"janet euler" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"janet euler" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"For eighteen. We've got forty three degrees sunny skies in Boston. And a wind advisory is up till ten o'clock tonight our top stories now. Lowell officials are warning. The public about measles after a pediatric patient is diagnosed with the contagious rep respiratory infection. That person was immediately isolated at the Lowell community health center, and is now recovering at home Columbia gas held open houses today, an Andover north Andover and Lawrence as those cities continued to recover from September's gas explosions and fires each open house featured utility representatives on hand to answer questions and the Florida secretary of state has ordered recounts in the US Senate and governor's races there. The order was issued after the official results in both races fell within the margin that by law triggers. Recount WBZ news time four nineteen a juror in the Whitey Bulger trial tells WBZ she regrets her vote to convict the mobster WBZ's Doug cope with that author. Janet Euler says she got to know Bolger well after he was convicted they exchanged one hundred letters and she. Visited him face to face as for the eleven victims Bolger was found guilty of killing. That's how we would have justified. It was all within the criminal circle. Killed anybody outside that that criminal circle. It was business. Euler says Bolger told her he was not responsible for killing three of those eleven murder victims Doug, cope, WBZ NewsRadio. Ten thirty the big game between Boston College and Clemson takes place tonight. WBZ's Carl Stevens reports campus security will be handled for the first time by a former Boston police Commissioner what's happening tonight. Doesn't happen. A lot at Boston College. A big college football game. The eagles in the top twenty taking down perpetual powerhouse Clemson, number two in the country with ESPN game day on the scene. Students will be at it all day Boston College police chief William Evans says they've got the security plan in place ready to go heavy presence to make sure, you know, not only is the events locked down pretty good insecure. But also making sure you know, and doesn't get out of control. He says Newton Boston and state police will help out the former Boston police Commissioner Evans has plenty of experience dealing with large. Sporting events Carl Stevens WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty WBZ's Bill Marcus caught up with some Clemson fans who drove sixteen hours to Boston for the game. Were you directed to do this by the.

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"janet euler" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"janet euler" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"News time to nineteen a juror in the Whitey Bulger trial joins WBZ's Dan Rae on nightside and says she regrets her vote to convict the mobster WBZ's Doug cope with more. Author Janet Euler says she got to know Bolger well after he was convicted they exchanged one hundred letters and she visited him face to face as for the eleven victims Bolger was found guilty of killing. That's how he would have justified. It. It was all within the the criminal circle killed anybody outside that that criminal circle. It was business. Euler says Bulger told her he was not responsible for killing three of those eleven murder victims Doug, cope, WBZ NewsRadio. Ten thirty. President Trump has issued a proclamation to deny asylum to anyone who enters the country illegally. The order is intended to circumvent laws stating that anyone is eligible for asylum. No matter how they entered the country, the ACLU and other groups sued in federal court, arguing the order is illegal about seventy thousand people seek asylum each year who enter enter the country illegally. French officials say the Trump administration has agreed to consult with NATO partners. On its plan to pull out of an arms control treaty with Russia. Aides to French president Emmanuel Macron said the decision was made during a meeting between President Trump and Macron in Paris today, the White House hasn't commented so far, but the president's national security adviser John Bolton said yesterday in Paris. The US is in very close consultation with allies on the treaty issue, and are quote, very optimistic about a common position on the us and NATO have accused Russia of violating the intermediate range nuclear forces treaty. WBZ news time to twenty one. The traveling version of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial is making a stop in Foxborough the moving wall the half size replica of the famous memorial in Washington DC arrived at patriot place on Thursday. The memorial is open to the public for all hours of the day and night 'til Monday parking and admission is free. The wall is inscribed with the names of nearly sixty thousand men and women who died during the Vietnam war. Well, there's a Turkey giveaway that we want to tell you about benefiting of veterans families provide besides providing thanksgiving meals. The Redondo foundation also offers courses for recognizing PTSD in an effort to prevent suicide. Everybody in the foundation has become certified to give a one hour course, which is called QPR question persuade refer and at this point. We've had six hundred people between two thousand seventeen in two thousand eighteen taken the course, active duty servicemembers as well as veterans.

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"janet euler" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"janet euler" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In the Whitey Bulger trial joins WBZ's Dan Rae on nightside and says she regrets her vote to convict mobster. Here's WBZ's Doug cope, author Janet. Euler says she got to know Bolger well after he was convicted they exchanged one hundred letters and she visited him face to face as for the eleven victims Bolger was found guilty of killing. That's how we would have justified it. It was all within the criminal circle killed anybody outside at that criminal circle. It was business. Euler says Bulger told her he was not responsible for killing three of those eleven murder victims Doug, cope, WBZ NewsRadio. Ten thirty. President Trump has issued a proclamation to deny asylum to anyone who enters the country illegally. The order is intended to circumvent laws stating that anyone is eligible for asylum. No matter how they enter the country, the ACLU and other groups sued in federal court, arguing the order is illegal nearly seventy thousand people seek asylum each year who had entered the country illegally. The Turkish government says they're sharing recordings linked to the murder of journalist Jamal kashogi CBS is Harley Williams with more president red chip type Erta one said today that Turkey has shade audio recordings with officials from Saudi Arabia. The US Germany, France and Britain. Those audio recordings are said to relate to the killing of Saudi Arabian journalists in Washington Post contributed Jamal has Shoji is still no official confirmation from any of those countries that they have actually heard these recordings nor do we have any confirmed. Details about what those audio recordings contain kashogi was killed last month in the Saudi Arabian consulate in Istanbul. The traveling version of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial is making a stop in Foxborough the moving wall the half size replica of the famous memorial in Washington DC arrived at patriot place on Thursday. The memorial is open to the public for all hours of the day and night until. Monday parking and admission is free. The wall is inscribed with the names of nearly sixty thousand men and women who died during the Vietnam war. Hundreds of people gather in Pittsburgh for an outdoor peace rally two weeks after the deadly synagogue shooting..

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"janet euler" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"janet euler" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Juror turned author from the Whitey Bulger murder trial, regrets her vote for conviction. WBZ's Doug cope has more on that story. Janet Euler says she exchanged one hundred letters with Bolger while he was in prison and met with him personally several times she told WBZ's Dan Rae on nightside Bolger had two sides to him. But we'll see was definitely a criminal. And he would tell me that all the time. Never forget you that I'm a criminal. I mean writing letters hit say to me in person when he was talking about his family. She was very loving and compassionate individual Bolger was convicted of killing eleven people, but Euler says Bolger admitted to her he did not kill three of those victims Doug, cope, WBZ NewsRadio. Ten thirty New Hampshire. Investigators are asking Amazon to release information from an Alexa device at a double murder scene. Prosecutors want two days worth of recordings from the echo in a Farmington home where two women were found dead back in January of twenty seventeen. Professor Albert sure of the university of New Hampshire law school says get used to these requests, I think most people probably don't even realize that Alexa. Is taking account of what's going on in your house. In addition to responding to your demands and commands authorities believe the recordings will show the victims were stabbed to death by Timothy viral in their kitchen Farrell is in jail and scheduled to begin his first degree murder trial next may. Facebook has announced it will be ending mandatory arbitration for claims of sexual misconduct allegations cases that would have previously been handled behind closed doors cannot be filed in open court Google made a similar change Thursday. After employees briefly walked off their jobs in protest of how the company handled sexual misconduct allegations against executives, Microsoft and Uber. Previously dropped mandatory arbitration Facebook executives director level and above are now required to disclose. Any dating relationships? With company employees. Meantime over at Google the company says moving forward it will do a better job of handling sexual misconduct allegations. Here's CBS's Matt paper. Google says it will provide more details about sexual misconduct cases lodged against the company and will not force employees with those claims in arbitration, but organizers of that huge walkout last week. Say other demands have not been address. Just like race and discrimination issues as well as paying opportunity inequality, but Google does say it'll make workers go through misconducts training annually. And if they do not do it their pay may be lowered, and they may not have an opportunity to get promoted.

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"janet euler" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

07:34 min | 2 years ago

"janet euler" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Radio. My guess is Janet jeweler she is a nurse by profession. She was one of the twelve jurors convicted Whitey Bulger in two thousand and thirteen eleven murders. She has written two books. Previously to books regarding the American revolution. Liberties Marta, the story of doctor Joseph Warren in two thousand nine and freedoms cost the story of general the green in two thousand eleven and she has written a story. A fictionalized version of the Whitey Bulger's story called the truth. Be damned these are all available on Amazon. Jen, I want to get to as many calls as we can. So I'm going to try to stay out of this as much as we can. I just wanted to be a polite respectful, and let's head at it. Let's go to veto in Medford veto you on nightside. You're on the ringcentral nightside caller line with Janet. You'll go ahead veto. Good evening. John even Janet. In your in your dealings with Whitey. Did he ever mentioned his true feelings regarding talion my few? Did he despised them? Did he fear them to the respect them? Obviously do them under the bus. But did he ever mention anything along those lines? The last letter I received from him and the mistake is the belief that he's through them under the bus. Jim Bolger said he was never an FBI informant. That was a lie of John Mars, and John Conway, he said in his last letter that where is it? If you want to quote from it take your time, quote, I will John Connolly and Laura's put together the file to protect themselves. They were using me the file was important. And that was it was explained at the trial by four FBI agents that they wrote those reports, and then the the reports were lifted from their own FBI informant files into this file created by Mars and Conaway verbatim. These things were lifted and Bulger's name was put on them. And in his letter Bulger's telling me that needs to be told in detail when mentioning the transcript records prove it, but the globe didn't go into detail. The reason FBI Morris said crime reporters the information was to protect more him marris. He reported his story designed to silence me it's failed plot to get me killed a friend in the mafia said fed trip to divide us. That's friend was J R A K and Joe Russo. Sadly, he died in prison. He was offered a deal if he would admit he was a member of the secret crime organization, there's did and got their freedom. So now after a Joe Russo refused and had a long prison sentence. He died in prison other than betray what he swore never to betray. Correct me if I'm wrong Janet, correct me if I'm wrong, but didn't Joe Russo. Go to San Francisco to. Dispose a bar. Bozo. I'm just reading what's being said here from my understanding is the Russa was the guy the FBI sent of San Francisco in February of nineteen thousand seventy six to take up our bozo. Yes. Accomplished. Finished the condom. Sorry. Well, he said that arose so died in prison other than betray what he swore never to be trae all of us who knew Joe respected him, and I'm stopping there. But you know, this lady was just received ten days before Bolger was murdered. And you know, he's talking about John marris setting him up twenty three years ago to be murdered by the mafia and John Marsden accomplished it a couple of weeks ago. But I think that's a huge leap bear. Because you you basically implicating or or tempting create Morris somehow, someway in bogus transfer from Florida to Oklahoma, West Virginia. And I don't think I'm not saying that I'm just. Heads marris put it in the heads of the mafia and other gang members that that Bulger was an informant. Let's face it spread wash used it to slip moderate, I know flood me weeks, and you know, all of them he used what Mars said and ultimately three members of the mafia in that West Virginia prison murder Jim Bolger because they thought he was a snitch. We don't. By the way, we don't know that yet we don't know who murdered him for certain. I know the names of the people that have been implicated I just as a reporter and as somebody who was reporter. And it's now a talk show host has to make sure that that we don't know. No one's been convicted yet for his murder. That's all veto. You have another comment because. You know, the the the the people Janet's referring to a part of the Gambino family and in New York, and they did some business in the Springfield area. So another thing when he was on the Lam and in in California. Did did did he still have any control over? What was going on in salty? Can you haven't mentioned no con-, no contact with anybody? After the first year. He had no contact with anybody. He claimed because in the first year he did contact people and the federal government came down on them so hard that he decided he would not put anybody in that situation again, and he broke all contact and the. Anywhere. Was that was that was it? Branch to your question about the mafia though, and his I asked Jim, you know, when I told him I was going to write this book. I asked him what he wanted his character to be named. And he chose the name of that character because he said he was a friend that was in the mafia New York. What was the name was the name of the character in the book, Tom Devaney, Tom Devaney? Okay. Thanks very much. Peter. Appreciate let me ask you this. If I could Janet there was a lot of speculation that Whitey Bulger while he was on the Lam all those years from nineteen ninety five to two thousand and twelve which is what sixteen seventeen years did he ever leave the country? I. Specifics but failing you did go to Mexico for for medicine medical. See he went to Paris. Maybe I you know, I can't say for certain, but I got the impression that he did travel will give you that impression. He would talk about trips that he and Catherine would make and how they didn't go to the bar rooms or the nightlife they would go around and kind of feed the feral cats, and and look for you know, feral cats and feed them, that's what they were interested in two feral cats in other cities. Yep. Yep. Okay. Did he indicate to you at all if assuming that you're telling me that he left the country did things change after nine eleven. Nothing was said about nine eleven. It was obviously access in and out is quite is was. Quick break. Final segment coming up with Janet Euler. It's been a fascinating hour and a half. And we're going to keep it rolling coming back on nightside..

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"janet euler" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

07:59 min | 2 years ago

"janet euler" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"You're next on the ringcentral nightside. Call a line with Janet Euler book the truth. Be damned. Thank you Dan for taking my call Greek song, beautiful lobster. Wonderful the talk to you. Fascinating fascinating. Almost like, I don't want to interrupt you. It's almost like hearing Hawaii. I go to to carpets. Alex. You said why do you always said you'd never killed outside? Restore call. Can you expand on that? That he kept it to the criminal element people that were involved in crime. That's right. I like a lot of the gangs today which is random killing. Other than Michael Donahue. Then Michael Donahue. But there's even stories that circulate about him saw leave that at that but unlatch Martorana. We're Steve lemme who did didn't fact go around and kill people that were not in the criminal element. And and the interesting thing, too is that you know, the media portrays Bolger's a monster. He's a monster is a monster. But yet John monitor knows Steve Fleming. These other guys who would go out and kill women who would go out and kill teenagers and are watching the streets with lots of money in their pocket. From taxpayers are called monsters Fleming's called Flemings not walking the streets. You sure about that, Dan? He's not listed as a federal prisoner wasn't listed as a federal prison right after the white that Bolger trial. And it was brought out that he was grant at that. The US attorney's had put in a rule thirty five motion for him. And after the trials he was no longer listed. So you believe that? He's a member of the federal wins protection program somewhere. Oh, I believe he does. And he's got between three to seven million dollars in his pocket that the US government gave back to him in tainted assets. He doesn't need that in prison. Does he why was he giving it back? Why is no maybe wondering you? I I don't know the answer to that. And I'll tell you there. Probably plenty of report is listening to this interview tonight. And maybe some of them will go off and find some information about Stephen Fleming. I think he's a fairly recognizable character. I'm sure if he's in the federal witness protection program, unless they had done serious surgery. Wants to kill him to no doubt about it. I I might prefer to be in federal custody. They'd be out of the streets. They go ahead, George. I'm sorry. Okay. Dan. I want to pick up your book, I wanna make sure here 'cause I our very short guy. Do you? Remember, the Batman movie went Jack Nicholson played the joker. Insane. Are you ready to dance with the devil and appeal? So if you do that. You're gonna dance. I'm saying. So. Other words, whatever, you know, what I'm saying I've trying to fill in the black hair. Obviously the FBI wanted what he did to. That's why they. Dead. And the question is why would they want? They want him dead. But they don't care. Yes. So much. We'll let me tell you here for moment. Let me jump in here for a moment if they wanted him dead. Why would they have allowed him to live to the ripe old age of eighty nine? He had five or six years in which he could have said anything he wanted correspondent with you Janet he could have he could have done anything. He wanted during that period of time. But then the response is is is that everything else. That's been said about him as absolute truth. And you've got to be crazy to be speaking out and saying these things, you know, I'm not a Donald Trump supporter, but there's a lot of fake news going on in regard to why he ball, Jerry. I gotta tell ya. The question is why why you know, he wanted to plead guilty. He was accepting of the death penalty. Why would they not let him do that? Why did they have this controlled trial in Boston? By anybody asking the let me try to answer that question. Let me try to answer the question if they really wanted him bed because dead men tell no tales why not accept the plea on whatever terms. He wanted to take him to Oklahoma and introducing old sparky. And then there'd be no no tales seems inconsistent. They wanted to shut him up, and they effectively did shut him up in prison. Seriously. How many letters did he write to you a hundred right, right, right? Go ahead. George. When they moved into West Virginia that was. Yeah. That was the last decision that was totally setup even from within. It had to have been set up. Not hear a commotion of a person being beaten to death in federal prison. We're we're the guys, and why was he at the last minute denied access to a medical facility the lie is that his his condition improved. I'm a nurse. I knew what his condition was he needed to be in a medical facility. They wanted to dead. They accomplished it. And now the question is why and why nobody look into the MTA ultra eighteen months of his life as a twenty six year old kid. He was given LSD for three times a week for industry, but the twenty six. Twenty six year old is not a kid. He was in prison. He was in Alcatraz in Atlanta, excuse me for Bank robbery. For robbery. He was in fact, and you want okay, then let's line up. Our twenty six year old sons and daughters, and let's put the CIA put LSD, and that's not suggesting that. But did he not volunteer for that experiment? So he could get out. This is it why are you guys investigating this? They lie to him. They lied to everybody. They did they tell him. He was doing that. He was that. He was. Lollipop your for. They were looking for cure for schizophrenia. He had also volunteered for experimentation. Finding a cure for whooping cough to save children. He said he on for many of these and many of the prisoners did as well. Yes. Time off their sentence. But also, it made them feel like they were helping society. Okay. Demonize them without even thinking beyond what you've been fed for twenty one had been he he wouldn't have been demonized if he nodded started off as a Bank robber. But that's okay. Let that go. People can rob a Bank and come out of prison and go straight. They tend you're absolutely right. And then he got a job he had a girlfriend. She had a child, and he also had eighteen months, Adele D in his body right towards pleasure. Talking to you. I want to pick up your book. And remember that goes said what Jack Nicholson and Batman movie it rings true. You gotta dance with. That's a great night. Not exactly sure who Georgia's accused of busy with the devil. But we'll let that go. We'll be back trade of the devil will be back. I well, some people feel you you you will face to face with the devil. We will be back with jetted Euler more for more calls what comments more questions six one seven two thousand four ten thirty triple eight nine thousand nine hundred thirty Janet it will stay with us until ten o'clock. We expected to have a here for an hour. It turned into to you decide. The call is always they dictate the dance here on nightside. They dictate the tune. We're coming back right after this. Nightside with Dan Rae. The news watch never stops. WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty. This is Diane.

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"janet euler" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

13:53 min | 2 years ago

"janet euler" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"More of nightside with WBZ's. Dan, Rae OG, folks. This radio. Can you hear me? Hour number two. Rainy Friday night on my guest is Janet Euler. Janet was one of the twelve jurors who convicted Whitey Bulger for eleven murders in federal court that ended up him being sentenced to life in prison. And eventually his death on October thirtieth. He was murdered in a West Virginia. Prison Janet before we get back to the calls. Very quickly. What was your reaction when you heard of the way in which Whitey Bolger died? I was shocked. I was shocked and the realization hit me that would John Mars attempted to do with the help of Boston Globe. Reporters twenty three years ago. He finally accomplished on October thirtieth. You're not accusing John Morris have killing Whitey BELTRAN. Actual though, I am saying that John Morris has blood on his hands. The Boston Globe per trenching that article on Mars was the article true or untrue. The article was John LARs claim that Whitey Bolger wasn't FBI informant in the Boston Globe, just accepted it. First of all, it was unethical for Mars to even say that as an FBI agent, and it was unethical for the Boston Globe to report that knowing that it was on that gopher John Mars to say it. I don't think I don't think the Boston Globe should be held to the ethical standards of the FBI. I mean, assuming that you did your accurate in that. Now, it was true. Did they did they even check it out? Did they take time to even ask any questions? My understanding is they printed it right away. And that was the reason Mars did it is because the wall was closing down on him. They found out about his corruption. Wasn't he risk-taking money? Purpose. According to even judge who had modest him and the reporters from the Boston Globe was that he intended to have Bolger murdered by the mafia for saying that she was an FBI informant and the Boston Globe went right along with that. Which? Judge journalism which judge at my coach check that out. I'm not sure which judge it was. But there was an admonishment admonition. Okay. No. Let me ask you this willing reporters from the globe. Was it was it was what he Belgian FBI informant Whitey Bolger claimed he never was he was shocked by the FBI informant. File. In fact, the strange thing is his last letter that I received for him from him. He had a lot of information about that. And about how much money he paid to John Morrison. John Connolly for information, and what kind of information they gave him and what kind of items they gave him in return purchase pay to them. What did they give him in return? One of the things they gave him. He said it was a Christmas gift wooden box. It weighed about sixty five pounds. Let me sign the exact quote. It was plastic. Plastic explosives with a silent igniter when it had a big, Dan. Did he use those plastic explosives? I you never told me if did probably maybe or maybe he gave them to somebody else. He says in this letter that she gave between the two of them about nine hundred thousand dollars one of the things John Conway did was to take forty thousand dollars in cash and by speed. So his story to you was that he was not an FBI informant, and he was paying off the FBI. So they would protect him. Now, not to protect him to get information. They would tell him when anything was coming in. And we get to him or his gang. That's how he would be protected. Well, yeah. But not direct protection that you're not be standing century. We're not you're not suggesting that. You do know that he shipped weapons to the IRA, right? Yes. He did. Yeah. Okay. And those weapons were shipped those weapons would end those those weapons I'm assuming would have been used to have killed people. I that's too. I don't. So therefore, the there may have been other debts that he was responsible for above and beyond those for which he was here. Here in Boston. Did he ever say that or did he ever admit to? He did not talk about the dealings at the bell. Hello. Okay. Let's get back to the phones. Now, let me issue an admonition to my callers. Look you can disagree with Janet ULA. She's here because she has a perspective firsthand perspective that I don't have that. You don't have feel free to ask whatever questions you want. You can be critical. But I expect you to be polite. Let me go next this hour. Start off this hour with a couple of guys were tough on you. Let's go to Noel in Methuen. Noel in Methuen. How are you tonight? You're next on the ringcentral nightside caller line with Dan Rae and Janet Euler go right ahead. Hi, janet. Mister Bolger ever talk about one Howie Carr and to how he felt about his girlfriend having to go to prison. He s he talked about both of those things as far as how we cargoes. He had no love we nor how we for him in the trial itself. When John Martorana was testifying John Martorana told the jury that how we wrote at least a book with John Mara, no hit me on in partnership with John Martorana. John Martorana got half of the royalties from that book, but the public didn't know that that anybody who purchased that book was actually supporting John Martorana. And and and we have to, you know, this is if people can put aside what they think they know about Jim Bolger. Repechages dejected for for second in defensive highly car. I don't assume that John Martorana. If I bought that book, I don't assume that John Martorana would have given away his story. For a contribution to the little sisters of the poor is getting half the royalties. So exactly yeah. Getting paid for that book. Second partnership, if he's getting a little tease, Dan, but we have to, you know, step back from and consider this anything the public knows about Jim Bolger came initially from John Morris who was trying to have Bolger assassinated by the mafia before everything came falling down on John Morris. It came from John mater rhino Steve slimy Kevin weeks, it was their stories to assistant US attorneys, namely, Fred, why shack Baghad out and we're printing by Boston Globe. Reporters by Boston Herald reporters by WVU, our reporters as fact, let me defend all of those reporters because if I had information from what I consider to be reliable sources, I would have gone and told those stories that's what reporters and and. We should emphasize. Let me finish if I could. And then I'll let you go Janet not let you all respond all of those individuals who provided information about James Whitey Bulger. We're his business partners either his formal or as informal business partners. These were the people who he did business with who he trusted and who theoretically trusted him. What did he mean? They were telling the truth. Well, I could just say this. They certainly had standing to present themselves to legitimate reporters into many legitimate reporters who cover this story who I know who were legitimate reporters. And they these people are in the position to know. What are they supposed to do as a reporter? I'm defending the reporters here. This is a story people wanted to destroy that was hidden for years. What he bows you the legend of Whitey buzzer. Was that of Robin Hood? He was he was the good bad guy. He was the guy who was keeping keeping drugs out of south Boston and all of that. And that story, frankly. Was not true. Well, it's because of these guys said, otherwise, and yeah, he was a criminal. But the bottom line is this. These guys got outrageous deals for these stories. These guys they're combined criminality their combined body count is more than one hundred souls, how in the scales of Justice in the federal court system to their crimes way less than that of Whitey Bolger. Why are all of them free to enjoy life? And at least two of them, we're giving ridiculous amounts of money. John was given at least three million dollars in tainted assets back. They walk around the streets. None of their victims have been vindicated within the court system. But Whitey Bolger was the focus. You've gotta stop and ask you. Was the kingpin at the group. They. Why did you take orders from on Toronto D'amoto take orders from Whitey, Dan when they laid that out in the court in their charts, and then everything not around no flinty and Whitey were on an equal footing. They were all the heads of this group. Now, we've brought fear stories hook line, and sinker. And all of those reporters that you're descending. Why do you spend in prison for five years up until a couple of weeks ago? None of them interviewed him. None of them car. Sponsored with him. None of those journalists went to the source to ask him about. What was being said the first of all? Journalism. First of all a lot of the stories were written while he was on the Lam. And they were written as fat. And they were witness facts. There was no opportunity for them to interview Whitey to corroborate those facts while he was on the Lam if he had wanted to write them as fat. How can you write something? As fact when you can't go to the source. If you have if you if you have well, though, if you have I I don't wanna go word by word. I don't want to parse every every report that was in the globe herald wherever, but if you have information that you believe to be credible in particularly that information is corroborated by second source. You can write it as fact or you, can you could write it in a way that might appear to be fact, but you could say sources, tell me sources close the bulge, you tell me this or tell me that let me do this. No L, we're taking some of your time. Do you have another comment or question for Janet? She. Ever mentioned in girlfriend, Catherine having to go to ESPN Noel, he mentioned her all the time. He's very concerned about her. In fact, what was kept from the jury also is that when Bulger was arrested by the FBI in California. He told the FBI that he wanted to plead guilty to all charges and accept an expedited death sentence and all he wanted in return for that was leniency for Catherine Greg because she had no priors and her crime was just that she was with him had she been his his wife had she been his sister his daughter. She wouldn't have been charged in the trial. It came out that the probation department recommended two years in prison for Catherine that was leniency, but the United States the US attorney's office in Boston. Rejected that and they wanted Catherine to serve for eight years the first year being in solitary confinement, and they have since added three years to Catherine sentenced, Catherine Greg will serve as much time in prison. Because she just happened to love vulture and be with them as John mater rhino did for twenty cold blooded murders, including two teenagers who were in the wrong place at the wrong time because he doesn't. Greg. Greg also harbored a criminal and cat without Catherine. Greg wate boats. You probably could not have survived out there for as long as he did think of the agency was his wife, if she was his daughter if she was his sister that wouldn't happen. About that. I'm not so sure about that legally, maybe. You're not sure Dan on the same note in testimony in his trial. 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"janet euler" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

09:26 min | 2 years ago

"janet euler" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"My guest on the line is Janet Euler. Janet was a juror in federal court one of the twelve that voted to convict. What he Bolger would sent him to a life in prison as I think all of you know, by now Bolger was murdered believers October thirtieth in West Virginia. He was moved from Florida where he'd been for some substantial period of time. Too quickly to a prison in Oklahoma. And then to West Virginia. How many letters over the years? Did you end what he Belcher exchange, Janet? About one hundred each way. Okay. And those letters begin how when did they begin mid September of two thousand thirteen shortly after the conviction, right? How quickly did take for him to respond to you? Fairly quickly probably a week's time. Maybe in the last letter you received from him. I believe was dated in mid October. It was about ten days before he was murdered. I received it. Are you holding in your hand? You had the letter right now. I haven't area. Are the letters that you've received they in a secure location? Okay. Just wanna make sure if anybody is is thinking that they would like to. I wanted to make that very clear. Okay. What do you take from the last letter the letter that was sent to you about ten days before Steph interesting enough the last letter was mainly focused on. The corruption of John Larson. John Connolly and creating the the FBI informant file on him. And she was wanting me to get the transcripts of four retired FBI agents that testify during his trial. I don't remember their names the agents themselves. They were witnesses for the prosecution cross examination that was brought. Okay. So okay. So what what was he saying about either his health or his safety his circumstances? What what did you what did he say in the letter if you'd like to quote from any of it would love to hear his words brought to life? In this letter. They didn't say much about his health or his circumstances in prison, but she had previously right and things about it. And in detail he was his health was deteriorating. He was expecting to be transferred to a medical facility and actually looking forward to that transfer. He spent the last seven almost eight months, I think his stay in Florida in solitary confinement. And the reason he was put in there, very disturbing. Actually, what are they? Well, he about eight months ago was expecting a visit from one of his attorneys from Boston. And he told me in a letter. That he went to the nurse in the prison to ask her. If he could win a thermal shirt under his prison uniform because visitation room is fifty eight degrees. I've been there. I know it it's cold in there. He's eighty nine years old. So wanted this thermal shirt and the nurse according to him. So he could not have it. So he kinda got himself upset thinking about being there and being so cold and he ended up having an and giant attack. And he went back to the nurse with severe chest pain with difficulty breathing and asked for his nitroglycerine and to be able to get some oxygen and the nurse told them. No she wanted to transport him to the hospital. He did not want that he made that clear because his attorney was coming. And if he was in the hospital, he wouldn't be able to see his attorney and that the nitro and the oxygen had always worked in the past. He asked for a doctor, the doctor, you know, talked him into going to the hospital, and he did go did not have this meeting with his attorney. And this nurse wrote him up, and he made so he made some comments allegedly to the nurse. Oh, he may have when he has severe chest pain. And you're having difficulty breathing. You might make some comments to interest. It's not giving you oxygen. He's humid come on. I totally understand just trying to get it. Get it all out there. Okay. One of the things that is most interesting is that he received you as a visitor on three occasions. Yes. As you walked into the first time or the second or the third time as you walked in the room. I'm sure you must be thinking to yourself something. I just voted to put this guy away for life. And I'm going to sit across we physically across room, you separated by glass physically across physically. So you could reach you could touch reach out and touching. He reach out, and touch you the guards wouldn't allow that. But you I'm here close enough that you could. Okay. So so and they were guards present. Yes. So you felt you felt safe. You you did not. I assume that you established a relationship. How would you characterize your relationship? We now again you hit convicted him for these murders. Right. I'm sure that you do not at this. Do you regret having voted to convict fan for the murders? I do you do. And so if you had followed what you know today. You would not have convicted there would have been what they call a hung jury would have been a mistrial. Exactly, did you tell him that. Yeah. I don't know if I said it in so many words, but I think he know it because I was the one giving him some of the information for the reason I would not convict him. He was still meeting with lawyers was he anticipating filing more appeals. I mean, my understanding is that all of his appeals have been exhausted. Not to my knowledge, I think his attorneys just developed a relationship with them. Okay. And when you met with him, how would you characterize particularly you'll ask me when was your last meeting with him physically? Oh, gosh, it was a couple of years ago. So he's eighty seven years old at the time. I write I assume his health had deteriorated as as most people would at that age. He was even before leaving Plymouth, you know, after the trial. He was in the Plymouth prison until the trial ended and even before leaving there. He had fallen out of bed a couple of times and injured his hip and. A we're not even doing X rays for him to find out the extent of the injury. And this went on for a while to the point that he could no longer walk. So he was confined to a wheelchair for most of the years. He was in prison and then in your meetings with him if you had to use two or three adjectives to describe him. I didn't wanna put put I adjectives in your mind. How would you have described him? Depending on what we're talking about. When he was talking about his criminality. She was definitely a criminal. And he would tell me that all the time. Never forget you that that I'm a criminal. I mean, he'd write it in letters hit say to me in person when he was talking about his family. He was very loving and compassionate individual. When he was looking about the tasting room at the families visiting together he was very compassionate and playing with the children that were there to visit. Their father's playing peekaboo pointing to a mother across the room saying Janet look at her. She's such a good mother look at how she is with that little one because he was not not compassionate with people that he killed no doesn't seem so, but you know, there's lot behind that story. We're going to get to that. But he wasn't compassionate to the children of the people that he killed. No, okay. How how did he justify that just part of doing business? So what was his his own racing d'etre? That's how we would have justified. It. It was all within the the criminal circle killed anybody outside of that criminal circle. It was business. We'll get back. I'm gonna ask you an important question. The people that he admitted to you that he killed and the people who he told you he did not kill. But people for whom he was convicted, and you one of the twelve votes. My guess is Janet Euler. She has written a book the truth. Be damned it's available on Amazon is a story is fictionalised. But it is a story about Whitey Belcher. I think anyone who's interested in this case would be interested in reading it if you'd like to join the conversation ask a question Janet is very open feel free six one seven two five four ten thirty triple. Eighty nine to nine ten thirty coming back on nightside right after this..

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"janet euler" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

11:50 min | 2 years ago

"janet euler" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In sports Celtics are in Utah to play the jazz tonight. Bruins hose, the maple leaves at the garden tomorrow night. I'm Doug cope. WBZ newsradio. Ten thirty time for nightside with WBZ's. Dan rae. Good evening. Edison tonight. I want to speak to you. Nightside. Let's get ready. Next night. Good evening, everybody in welcome on into a Friday night. A rainy Friday night edition of nightside. Doug cope who just delivered the news. And we'll be with us all night long keeping up to date on the news. And of course, we will also have traffic as we go along as necessary. We'll have weather for you as the evening goes along as well. But as Doug mentioned to you and suggested, please drive carefully. Obviously. The weather's the weather is changing. The roads are wet and probably a lot of foliage down, which makes things a little more slippery. We had that fatal accident on O'Brien highway earlier this morning. Let's hope we don't have anything similar as we move into these next few days where the gets colder and it gets wetter. What are we going to do tonight? We'll coming up at ten o'clock be talking with the Ken gloss for the Brownlow bookshop. And if you have documents old documents, perhaps family heirlooms that have been hit it down or some books in your collection in your library. That you'd like to talk with Ken gloss about he will be able to assess and appraise the value. Obviously, the value might be intrinsic not necessarily every old book is worth a million dollars. But if you have something you can call him beginning at ten o'clock, and we will talk with Ken glossy. No, one knows the whole field of literature in books and documents particularly documents from the founding fathers on up to the present day. Some of you, I knew have letters from presidents and senators and some of them might be handwritten. Some of the might be typed. I have to do is describe whatever that document is. And you can call in and Ken gloss will give you a pretty accurate. Idea appraisal of what it is worth. It may be priceless to you. But it may not be worth much more. Then I don't know a few dollars. So we'll again, that's ten o'clock. My guest this first hour, and by the way, Britney is behind the glass tonight. So please be good to Brittany. My name's Dan Rae. Nightside my first hour tonight. And we may talk a little longer. Is a guest who has an extraordinary story to tell her name is Janet Euler. She is an author by profession. She is a nurse. But she has written several books over over years, which we're going to talk about the most recent of which is a book that is a novel, but it is in effect about Whitey Bolger. And you say well, a lot of people have written books about what he Bolger. Okay, fine. I would agree with you. And those are always interesting to read, but she had the opportunity to strike up a correspondence with he Baltra after he was captured by the FBI and maintain that correspondence over virtually the entire pendency of his imprisonment and received a letter from Whitey Bolger only a few days before he was murdered on October thirtieth in prison in West Virginia. So it's my pleasure to reintroduced to you. The author Janet Euler Janet welcome back to nightside. How are you? Good. Thank you. I'm sure there are some folks were listening tonight who are unaware of your writings and just by virtue of letting folks know what your background is you had a big interest in the revolutionary war period and wrote two books just this tell us about those books, and then I want to get as quickly as possible to your interviews with what he Boettcher, and what you've learned and what you're going to disclose tonight. Okay. Yeah. I became fascinated with the American revolution. When I was a child. And I did home school. My children pioneer home schooler decided to present them with forgotten well stories of forgotten heroes from the American mathematician, and as we were doing research, this my daughter encouraged me to make them come alive and write a book on my first book was on doctor Joseph Warren, my hero hunker HALE and the second book quiz on general, Nathaniel Greene, Quaker from Rhode Island who became second in command of the continental army and who actually saves the army at Valley Forge and got no credit for him. I am proud to say that I was involved in having a statue created and placed Ed. Forged in honor of general green. Will it is a long leap as it? Not from doctor Joseph Warren and general annual green to Whitey Bolger. But you have made that leap what got you interested in the Bulger case minded standing is that it was really the trial. And what did you do about it? I was kind of forced into being interested in the Bolter case. I was sent a letter from the federal court to appear for jury duty or jury pool and out of eight hundred people I was chosen to be seated on the actual jury. My. Going into the jury pool. I would it be known that I had written books on the American revolution. I'm one so that they would know that I might turn around and write a book not that I ever intended to at that point. And also so that they would know that I had a basic understanding preps more than the average tour on the history of our judicial system. And I thought maybe they wouldn't want to seat me because of that. Well, they did. So you were one of the twelve jurors who sat in convicted what he Belcher. Yes. Okay. So now, the trial ends, and what was it September of two thousand thirteen you decided to reach out to him. I reached out to him. And I reached out quite a few people involved in the trial connected to the trial. I realize I realized from opening statements that that trial was about more than Bulger's criminality because Bolger's own attorney declared in his opening statement that his client was guilty of many of the charges, and my response sitting in the jury box was why are we here? I just couldn't understand this. As the trial went on. I realized through the response of the prosecuting attorney's especially to certain things the defense would bring up that. The jury wasn't getting all the facts that things were being kept from the jury and realized in hearing about the corruption within the FBI and the department of Justice in the way, the assistant US attorneys got information out of their key witnesses against Baltar. I realized that we couldn't trust those witnesses. We couldn't trust them to be telling the truth because the deals were so outrageous. Why'd you vote to convict? Well, we had about half the jury that did not believe the four key witnesses. If it was just their testimony that we had to go by we we kind of ignored it had to be collaborated by something else within the trial and many of the ways that indictments were set up that Jerry had to look at to make their verdicts. In the Rico statutes, it's guilt by association match. It was guilt by association. So when it came down to the murders, those took the longest for us, and in some of them, we just, you know, couldn't see where we could honestly say Bolger was connected to that murder necessarily, but others even if we disagreed on his actual involvement. It got down to this guilt by association, and it was it was difficult. It was it was it was making me crazy, quite honestly and deliberations. Basically, it was the same thing is it's my friend, Susie. We're not robbed a Bank that I'd be guilty for robbing the Bank, and it just it didn't seem right. But that's how it was presented to us little if you went with Suzy and drove the getaway car, even though she would in and robbed the Bank, and if someone was killed in the process should be guilty of a felony murder. If you conspired with Suzy and helped her purchase the weapons, she was going to, you know, there are ways in which you can be involved in a NFL any as I'm sure there are ways which you can. And then there are ways had no involvement with enough. So. So this curiosity your curiosity was Pete. And you decided to write what he builds. Your letter lo and behold, he responded, we're going to get to that part of the story you went and you visited with him. You went it visited with the ban you convicted three times, and we're gonna find out what he might disclose to you. Also, you received what might have been the very last letter that he wrote, and we're going to go through the contents of some of that that you'll share with us. And you also told me earlier that you would be willing to disclose the people that Bolger admitted to having killed and the people who to his death to his dying days said he was not guilty. Even though he had been convicted of their murders. My guest is Janet. Euler Janet is a registered nurse by training became a juror on the your trial in federal court was one of the twelve convicted Whitey Bulger and sent him away for life in prison. Janet took her duty seriously as a juror, and she has gone beyond that, she's written a book called the truth be damned which is available on Amazon. Her other books are about the life of Joseph Warren, liberties smarter and also freedoms cost the story of general Nathaniel Greene for those of you who are revolutionary war buffs you may want to check those books out as well. But anyone who's interested? And by the way, just in terms of qualifying you, and sort of laying a foundation here Janet you did not attend Whitey Bulger's funeral yesterday. But you invited by the family. I was invited j I had a prior commitment that I could not get out of the way did try hard. All right. My guest, Janet Euler. We're gonna talk about Whitey Belgium. And you're gonna learn some things about what he Belcher that. Frankly, I don't know. And probably you don't know either. And if you'd like to join the conversation and ask questions of a real juror who saw the trial up close and personal and now. Perhaps has a if not I'm sure you're not questioning your your judgment of guilt or innocence. But maybe has a little bit of a different perspective. She'll share it with a six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty back with Janet Euler Bolger Whitey Bulger Jura who became a Whitey Bulger confidant. I think that's an accurate characterization coming back after this..

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"janet euler" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"janet euler" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The news grabbed the headlines yesterday death in prison of notorious mobster James Whitey Bulger sixteen years on the run, I think there will be few tears of sadness shed. Now, we're learning more about the violent end of Boston mobster, Whitey Bulger WBZ's. Ben Parker with that. There are reports that the suspects in Whitey Bulger's killing were captured on video surveillance one of those possible suspects pretty Ghia. So west Springfield mob. Enforcer was convicted of murder, including the killing of the head of the Springfield mafia serving life in prison attorney, Dan Kelly represented gas at his brother for two decades appeals are as it stands right now. Don, but I think he was looking to get started again. I mean, they're always when you do in life. I think you're always. My opinion. We're always looking to appeal. What you have Kelly says he does communicate with guests from time to time by Email, and though he doesn't know right now who killed balder. He says if charge of this he might become involved. We'll certainly be talking about it. But I would think that he'll probably use some public defender in West Virginia at this point. But I'm sure we'll be talking about. Ben Parker WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty. Well, you won't find many in Boston mourning the death of Whitey Bulger. That's not the case for one woman. WBZ's Sheri, small spoke with her Janet Euler was a juror in two thousand thirteen Whitey Bolger trial afterwards. She added Bolger became his pen pal. And wrote the book the truth be damned it's a work of fiction, but one that mirrors our own experience and her quest to reveal the truth to be disturbed by his criminality. But what was being revealed as far as the corruption with the FBI and partner Justice was just mind blowing bulges attorney his opening statement. He says that his client was guilty of. Many of the charges. I realized this was much deeper than what it seemed to be Euler says Bolger rotor about one hundred letters over the years the latest just about ten days ago. Sheri, small WBZ NewsRadio. Ten thirty Uber is launching a new feature in Los Angeles, which will become the largest city in the country to give nine one one. Call takers information during a call for help ABC's. Alec stone has the story from LA emergency. You could already call nine one one from inside the Uber app. But now in LA when an Uber rider calls nine one one from the app. The call taker on the other end will automatically know their name their exact location details on the Uber vehicle the riding in and who's driving LAPD captain David store calls it a game changer for helping a Nubia rider during an emergency. If you're in an Uber, and you're visiting the city you obviously don't know where your location is. And this is something that is is important to the visiting public in Los Angeles. Alex stone, ABC news, Los Angeles..

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"janet euler" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"janet euler" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To wbz on the iheartradio app wbz news time three oh nine one of the dozen jurors who convicted ex boston mobster whitey bolger nearly five years ago says she has not only corresponded with him but has visited baltar twice in his florida jail cell that juror appeared on wbz radio and our don huff tells us more about what you had to say janet euler tells nightside's dan rae why she wanted to meet with bolger because i sensed that there was more to the story than what we heard in that courtroom even after the trial i looked in the newspapers to see if some of the outrageous things that were coming down in that courtroom were reported in the papers and they weren't so i thought i needed to find out and of those two jailhouse meetings with bolger he was easy to talk to he talked a lot you'll rats the most surprising thing she learned was crimes baldry was convicted of that he maintained he did not take part in adding she felt he was being honest with her don huff wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time three ten today is the deadline to claim a fifty thousand dollar reward in the case of a connecticut serial killer william howell is serving time for the murders of seven people in twenty three this is the last day for people who provided information that led to house conviction to apply for reward money some of house prison cellmates are among those people and next story after taking another society's ills is being blamed on social media is cbs's larry miller explains it hitting young people the hardest scuttling your achieve cressida dick accuses social media sites facilitating violence among young people driving them to commit attacks and murders within minutes she says trivial disputes are escalating into murder and stabbings at precedent had rates in london alone ten people were stabbed to death in the last seventeen days dick says the goading of rivals on message boards and video sites revs people up and normalizes violence larry miller cbs news london wbz news time three eleven we turned doug cope.

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"janet euler" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"janet euler" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In the case of a connecticut serial killer william howell is serving seven years for the murders of seven people in twenty zero three this is the last day for people who provided information that led to house conviction to apply for reward money some of house prison inmates are among those people one of the dozen jurors who convicted ex boston mobster whitey bulger nearly five years ago says she has not only corresponded with him but as visited bolger twice in a florida jail at jury spoke with wbz in our don huff tells us more about what she had to say janet euler tells nightside's dan rae why she wanted to meet with baltar because i sense that there was more to the story than what we heard in that courtroom even after the trial i looked in the newspapers to see if some of the outrageous things that were coming down in that courtroom were reported in the papers and they weren't so i thought i needed to find out and of those two jailhouse meetings with bolger he was easy to talk to he talked a lot ular ads the most surprising thing she learned was crimes baldry was convicted of that he maintained he did not take part in adding she felt he was being honest with her don huff wbz newsradio ten thirty a jury has found the widow of pulse nightclub of the pulse nightclub killer in orlando not guilty but what exactly do jurors thinks she knew believe juror is now talking about that statement by the jury foreman was released after relatives of noor salman celebrated the verdict we knew from day one she was sent and thank god they came out the form in said noor salman was not in the dark about what her husband was up to as the form and put it on the contrary we were convinced she did know she may not have known what day or what location but she knew the former it went on to explain that the jury was not asked to decide whether the widow new but whether she aided and abetted the attack which killed forty nine people in a nightclub in orlando mona rivera abc news wbz news time one eleven we've got bruins we've got celtics we've got wbz's doug cope and the ace hticket dot com sports studio to tell us about it that's right girl we got it.

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"janet euler" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"janet euler" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"People to allow people the opportunity to vent their anger one of the dozen jurors who convicted boston mobster james whitey bulger nearly five years ago says she has not only corresponded with him but his visited bolger twice in a florida jail janet euler tells nightside's dan rae why she wanted to meet with boulter because i sense that there was more to the story than what we heard in that courtroom even after the trial i looked in the newspapers to see if some of the outrageous things that were coming down in courtroom were reported in the papers and they weren't so i thought i needed to find out and of those two jailhouse meetings with bolger he was easy to talk to he talked a lot ula rats the most surprising thing she learned was crimes baldry was convicted of that he maintained he did not take part in adding she felt he was being honest with her don huff wbz newsradio ten thirty today's the deadline to claim a fifty thousand dollar reward in the case of a connecticut serial killer william devon howell killed seven people in connecticut back in two thousand and three and is serving a life in prison but today is the deadline to apply for the rewards which would be given to people who provided information that led to the conviction of howell new britain state attorney brian pro leschi expect several people to apply for the reward money howls prison cell mates were among the witnesses who provided information still to come the jury foreman is explaining why the jury didn't.

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"janet euler" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"janet euler" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Radio anytime on the iheart app you can download it for free texas couple will remain in jail without bail after police say they found an arsenal of high capacity firearms in there to bury hotel room among the items seized were an ak47 and ar fifteen and a grenade launcher ammunition and other tactical gear franchise bradley and forty year old adriane jennings both from texas or in local district court yesterday where a judge denied bail the prosecution claims the couple was waiting for a mission the apocalypse or some kind of civil unrest police say bradley claimed he needed the weapons because he was on a secret mission for the government bradley jennings are due back in court on april the twenty sixth a juror who helped convict boston mobster whitey bulger still maintains he did not get a fair trial we get more from wbz's don huff it was not a fair trial have you ever made that statement publicly i have i made it public after the trial is over and janet euler tells nightside's dan rae she wishes she had taken action to prevent a conviction shame that i didn't do it an amazing addition to to your backyard coupe because they protect.

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"janet euler" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"janet euler" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Of the jurors who convicted boston mobster james whitey bulger says she still maintains he did not get a fair trial and wish she had taken action to prevent a conviction janet euler tells nightside stan ray about the five days of deliberations before the verdict was returned there was a lot of arguing going deliberations can get quite stressful about half of the jury didn't want to give any attention whatsoever to the testimony of the prosecution's key for key witnesses we felt that they had been given such outrageous deals by the department of justice for the information they were given ular ads chicago responded with balder and met with him twice at the florida jail where he is serving his two life terms plus five years governor charlie baker says it is too soon to call for the resignation of former senate president stan rosenberg in the aftermath of his estranged husband being died in on sexual assault and other charges i believe that anything associated with with him directly needs to be dealt with either through the investigation that's being done by the senate itself which has been kind of lost in some of this discussion and and by the work that's being done by the da by the attorney general that turns up information that implies suggests that he was aware of a new about this stuff then at that point yeah i think he should resign meanwhile his attorney says brian hefner will plead not guilty at his court arraignment on april twenty fourth in sports the red sox plank the raise one nothing don huff wbz newsradio ten thirty hi i found a tweet dinosaur over on the playground by.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"janet euler" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"We then spent an hour on at eleven o'clock also talking about john paul stevens has called for the repeal of the second amendment last night created if you with graham allison the founding dean of the kennedy school of government talking about nuclear terrorism talked about also at nine last night the allfemale club in new york city wing which is now being accused of discrimination i think is crazy is a group of women wanna to get together and enjoy company and chat and talk and being the safest place why not talk for an hour last night about jeb bush's jabs at donald trump's children shame on you jeb bush for that and last night about franklin high school which wants to be in the senior assassins game i think most of you know what that is and then of course tonight last hour we talked about the return of rosanna the success of that show on tuesday night and i two hours tonight we talk with janet euler the truth be damned she was a juror on the bolger trial she was a person who convicted whitey bulger dow historic up a friendship nothing more than a friendship in which she is turned into a book the truth be damned which talks about her role of juror and in addition to the role of of a juror i think some of redoubts in misgivings as to how this is all sort of a trial weady belcher received a night she said on our show that she wished in retrospect that she had hung jury and had voted for annella fixation interesting if you've heard her i.

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"janet euler" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"janet euler" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"I'm trying to imagine your half this conversation dan rae congress let's continue this conversation it's nightside nightside with dan rae wbz newsradio ten thirty guest in studio is an author janet euler she's written three books the third book is just out called the truth be damned she is she was a juror on the whitey bulger criminal case and i can't wait to read this book i spoke with janet a few days ago and asked her to come on as soon as possible so we're talking about kind of behind the scenes of the whitey bulger trial when the verdict came back to life sentences plus five years so he's never going to get out now what what compelled you to start corresponding with him because i sensed that there was more to the story than what we heard in that courtroom even after the trial i looked in the newspapers to see if some of the outrageous things that were coming down in that courtroom were reported in the papers and they weren't so i thought i needed to find out and how quickly did he respond i assume you identified yourself as juror number whatever i did and it was a couple of weeks before he responded in the letter wisconsin kind of comical looking at it now he said he didn't trust police he didn't trust judges he didn't trust lawyers and he didn't trust jurors so so then you had to write a second later i wrote a second letter and i figured i would just kind of introduced myself and my background my family history and kind of find common ground and go from there.

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