Boston Globe on June 7, 2012 released the following:
“By Travis Andersen
Federal prosecutors are asking a judge to order Catherine Greig, the girlfriend of notorious gangster James “Whitey” Bulger, to waive the right to profit from her story, which she agreed to do in March when she pleaded guilty to helping Bulger evade capture for 16 years.
In a Wednesday filing seeking the forfeiture order on Greig’s intellectual property rights, prosecutors also noted that she agreed to waive any claim to property seized from the apartment she shared with Bulger in Santa Monica, Calif., where the couple was apprehended in June 2011.
The FBI found more than $820,000 in cash and 30 loaded guns hidden inside the walls of the apartment after authorities took Bulger and Greig into custody.
Christina Dilorio-Sterling, a spokeswoman for US Attorney Carmen M. Ortiz, said by e-mail that prosecutors did not seek a forfeiture order in Wednesday’s motion for property seized from the apartment.
Greig agreed in her plea agreement to waive any claim to “any vehicles, currency, or other personal property” seized by the government, according to court records.
Dilorio-Sterling said prosecutors are “filing the motions necessary to effectuate the agreement.”
Greig’s lawyer, Kevin J. Reddington, said Wednesday night that he had not seen the latest motion from prosecutors.
Bulger, 82, is scheduled to face trial in federal court in Boston in November on a sweeping racketeering indictment charging him the murders of 19 people.
Greig, 61, is scheduled to be sentenced on Tuesday in the same courthouse and faces up to 15 years in prison, but family members of some of Bulger’s alleged victims have said prosecutors warned them she could face as little as 32 months under federal sentencing guidelines.”
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