In Black Mass.
He received two life sentences, plus five years.
The Boston mobster was found guilty today of murder conspiracy and racketeering.
He and his former protégé swore each other out in court.
We're looking forward to hearing that accent.
But someone else will write it.
The co-author of 'Where's Whitey?' abruptly got an answer.
He frequently returned to Boston, "armed to the teeth."
He appears to be in good spirits after a quiet life.
The lion statues outside were his favorite meeting place in the city.