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2 Bulger victims seek share of lottery jackpot

But government says money gone

By Shelley Murphy
Globe Staff / April 27, 2005

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In the decade since South Boston gangster James ''Whitey" Bulger fled to avoid federal racketeering charges, the fight over who cashes in on his $1.9 million share of a Massachusetts lottery jackpot has been nearly as intense as the hunt for the fugitive. (Full article: 956 words)

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