Vic­tims’ kin to dis­cuss fate of mob girl­friend

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BOS­TON | Fam­ily mem­bers of peo­ple said to have been killed by re­puted mob­ster James “Whitey” Bul­ger are sched­uled to meet with a rep­re­sen­ta­tive of fed­eral prose­cu­tors to talk about a pos­si­ble guilty plea from Bul­ger’s girl­friend.

Cather­ine Greig is ac­cused of help­ing Bul­ger evade cap­ture dur­ing their 16 years on the run.

The widow of Michael Don­ahue, a truck driver said to have been killed by Mr. Bul­ger, said the fam­i­lies have been asked to meet Mon­day with a vic­tim ad­vo­cate to talk about the case against Ms. Greig.

Steven Davis, the brother of vic­tim De­bra Davis, said last week that a vic­tim ad­vo­cate told him that Ms. Greig’s lawyers have in­di­cated she’s con­sid­er­ing plead­ing guilty with­out a plea bar­gain.

Mr. Bul­ger is charged in con­nec­tion with 19 killings. He and Ms. Greig were cap­tured in June.

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