Crime Boss Appealing Two Life Sentences for Murder
Convicted Boston crime boss James "Whitey" Bulger is appealing his two life sentences for murder.
The 84-year-old argues he didn't get a fair trial last year because the judge would not let him argue his claim that he'd been promised immunity from the feds.
The judge said Bulger hadn't provided evidence that such an agreement ever existed.
Among the 11 murders for which Bulger was convicted is that of Tulsa businessman Roger Wheeler, who was gunned down at Southern Hills Country Club in 1981.