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provided by the U.S. Attorney's office shows inside James 'Whitey' Bulger and Catherine Greig's apartment at the Princess Eugenia complex, in Santa Monica, Calif. Authorities are planning to auction any 'items of value' found in the California apartment where Bulger and his girlfriend hid out for years, a way to come up with at least some measure of compensation for the families of his victims. (AP/US Attorney's Office, File)

provided by the U.S. Attorney’s office shows inside James ‘Whitey’ Bulger and Catherine Greig’s apartment at the Princess Eugenia complex, in Santa Monica, Calif. Authorities are planning to auction any ‘items of value’ found in the California apartment where Bulger and his girlfriend hid out for years, a way to come up with at least some measure of compensation for the families of his victims. (AP/US Attorney’s Office, File)

BOSTON –  Authorities are arranging an auction off of convicted crime boss  James “Whitey” Bulger’s belongings to raise money for victims of the vicious Boston villain   ,  reports  the Associated Press

Some of Bulger’s possessions will be sold to the highest bidders during a criminal forfeiture auction expected to be held over the next few months.

Any money raised will go to the families of people killed by Bulger. He was convicted in August of orchestrating or participating in 11 murders

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