Transcript for 'Whitey' Bulger's Girlfriend Pleads Guilty
It was no. Deal certainly no sweetheart deal. The US attorney defending the agreement that may set Catherine Gregg free in three years from the government's standpoint Catherine Gregg. Is no victim. And she stands right now a convicted felon for her role in harboring James Bulger. After prosecutors detailed some over sixteen years on the run with James Whitey Bulger the judge asked that's what happens Greg nodded yes. The most unexpected part of the hearing tears from Catherine Gregg after the judge asked her if she'd ever receive mental health counseling. Yes she said when a relative committed suicide in 1980 for war. Greg's twin sister Margaret the customer watched the proceeding from the front row. No permanent. Attorney -- -- had nothing to say he left court. Craig pleaded guilty to conspiracy to harbor fugitive and two counts of identity fraud each could result -- a maximum of five years behind bars. US attorney says she doesn't know what sentence prosecutors -- it. -- -- And that his plea agreement will not prohibit the government from calling Gregg as a witness against -- she could be compelled by the government to testify in the future.
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