Former mobster James "Whitey" Bulger will be testifying at his own trial in March 2013 according to Attorney J.W. Carney Jr. in regards to Bulger committing homicide and other crimes during his time as a FBI informant when, according to the defense, he was allegedly granted immunity by the Department of Justice in exchange for his informant services.
The former, notorious leader of the equally infamous "White Hill Gang" which included unsavory characters from Boston such as the Martorano Brothers, 82-year old "Whitey" was arrested last year in Santa Monica, California after 16 years on the run with his girlfriend, 61-year old Catherine Greig.
Since the couple disappeared in 1994, they have been sighted almost everywhere in the world including in London, Paris and British Columbia as authorities tried to ensnare one of the FBI's 'top ten most wanted' criminals.
Information leading up to "Whitey's" arrest was worth as much as 2 million U.S. dollars.
The 82-year old James J. Bulger is charged with leading conspiracies to murder, 19 homicides, extortion, federal racketeering and distributing narcotics.
Attorney Carney Jr. stated that the accused with "testify at this trial and he will present evidence, corroborated by others, that he received immunity from the Department of Justice."