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University President Testifies about Fugitive Brother

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University President Testifies about Fugitive Brother

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University President Testifies about Fugitive Brother

University President Testifies about Fugitive Brother

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William Bulger, the president of the University of Massachusetts, testifies before a congressional committee about his fugitive brother, Whitey Bulger, a one-time FBI informant now on the FBI's "Ten Most Wanted" list in connection with 19 murders. The panel is investigating misconduct and corruption by the FBI in Boston. Hear NPR's Anthony Brooks.

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