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Daily Archives: May 8th, 2010

Bulger gang associate Kevin Weeks

Kevin Weeks, the bloated bust-out Bulger bootlicker, is back in the hole-digging business.

It’s an ill wind that blows no good, and ditto for water main breaks in Weston. And now Kevin “Two” Weeks, who used to dig holes in which to dump the bodies of young women murdered by his serial-killing underworld boss, is a construction worker on the region’s backup water supply system, the Hultman tunnel, due for completion in 2014.

Barletta Companies comfirmed to a Herald reporter that he is working on the project. It’s unclear exactly what he’s doing at the site, because Barletta is dummying up – just like Two Weeks did for a few minutes after he was lugged back in 1999.

A Barletta representative said Weeks is a member of Local 609 out of Framingham. Try not to let that destroy your faith in the integrity of the American labor movement.

Still, it’s got to be a bit disconcerting if the Massachusetts State Police are watching Weeks out there at the work site. I mean, the last time the staties saw him lurking near a backhoe, they were digging up bodies that Weeks had dumped in Dorchester.

I understand he’s paid his debt to society, but what about his debt to me? Weeks once claimed to “60 Minutes” that he’d had me in the cross hairs of a rifle when I lived across the street from a graveyard. The See-B-S crew thought they had a big scoop, but then I told them maybe they should return to the cemetery and check out the 4-foot-high stone wall that rings it.

If Kevin Squeaks had been lying on his stomach in the boneyard with a rifle, he would have drawn a bead not on me, but on the wall. But the boys from See-B-S didn’t care. Never let the facts get in the way of a good story – that’s always been the “60 Minutes” motto. Just ask Dan Rather.

Now Weeks finds himself on, if not exactly the state payroll, at least close to it. Poor Weeks – he was “on the T” way back when. But he gave up the hackerama for the love of Whitey. Bad career move.

Now I hear Weeks has a novel coming out, about a paroled criminal who “can’t make a living because no one will hire him.”

Hmmmm. Do you suppose it’s a roman a clef, to use one of the many phrases Two Weeks doesn’t know the meaning of?

Must be tough, though, leaning on a shovel every day. Didn’t Weeks testify that he never wanted to dig the graves for the young women Whitey strangled, but that he was afraid not to, because he knew that if he refused, he’d be going in on top of the late Deb Hussey?

Hey, Kevin, I’ll leave you with one final thought. Don’t kill the job. That’s one thing your hero Whitey never did either. Killed everyone else, but not the job. It’s the Bulger way.