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Chicken-Fried News: Crime boss: Murder sentence too steep

Chicken-Fried News: Crime boss: Murder sentence too steep

Convicted crime boss James “Whitey” Bulger is appealing two life sentences he received for murder last year because he says he didn’t get a fair trial. Bulger was convicted of 11 murders, one of which was a Tulsa businessman in 1981, but says the trial was rigged against him because the judge didn’t let him

Cracking the code

“They asked me if I knew what his frame of mind was, or if even back then he had any anti-American sentiments,” said Radford, the editor and owner of the Crescent Courier newspaper. “They asked me if we had received any information electronically or in packages from him.” He had not. “As soon as they

Cracking the code

“They asked me if I knew what his frame of mind was, or if even back then he had any anti-American sentiments,” said Radford, the editor and owner of the Crescent Courier newspaper. “They asked me if we had received any information electronically or in packages from him.” He had not. “As soon as they

Standing trial

In a case with its share of courtroom drama and highprofile witnesses and defendants, prosecutors are seeking to prove that Terrill bribed Leftwich to leave her Senate seat by creating a temporary position for her at the state Medical Examiner’s Office that paid $80,000 per year. The arrangement would have cleared the way for Rep.

Standing trial

In a case with its share of courtroom drama and highprofile witnesses and defendants, prosecutors are seeking to prove that Terrill bribed Leftwich to leave her Senate seat by creating a temporary position for her at the state Medical Examiner’s Office that paid $80,000 per year. The arrangement would have cleared the way for Rep.

Standing trial

In a case with its share of courtroom drama and highprofile witnesses and defendants, prosecutors are seeking to prove that Terrill bribed Leftwich to leave her Senate seat by creating a temporary position for her at the state Medical Examiner’s Office that paid $80,000 per year. The arrangement would have cleared the way for Rep.

Monkey see

Oklahoma Children’s Theatre and TheatreOCU join forces to stage “Inherit the Wind,” an American classic dealing with the battle between religion and science over evolution. The play was inspired by the events of the 1925 Scopes Monkey Trial in science teacher John T. Scopes was convicted of breaking Tennessee law for teaching Darwin’s theory of

The defender

Editor’s note: This is the second of a two-part series on prominent Oklahoma County legal figures. Former Oklahoma County District Attorney Bob Macy was profiled last week. For more than three decades, Oklahoma native Garvin Isaacs has spun epic story lines throughout Oklahoma and the West — stories that shockingly cast alleged murderers as convenient

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