Defense attorneys for accused Boston mob boss James "Whitey" Bulger tore into the prosecution's key witness. John Martorano, a confessed mob hitman, turned government witness has given three days of damning testimony tying Bulger to multiple murders.
Bulger's team tried to convince the jury he is not to be believed.
Deb Feyerick is OutFront.
Were they held captive or living freely in the Ohio slavery case?
Authorities say a fourth person has turned herself in and will be charged with forced labor.
This latest news comes after suspects Jordie Callahan, Jessica Hunt and Daniel Brown were arrested for forcing the mother and daughter to live in inhuman conditions, eat dog food, and perform manual labor while threatening them with poisonous snakes and pit bulls.
Callahan and Hunt, who are engaged, deny the allegations and say the two were living with them on their own accord.
Outfront tonight: Andy Hyde is the attorney who represented Jordie Callahan in state court.
Was it a sex game gone horribly wrong? That's what Italy's supreme court wants to figure out.
The court explained its reasoning to retry Amanda Knox and her former boyfriend with the 2007 murder of her British roommate Meredith Kercher.
Knox was acquitted by an appeals court in 2011, but Italy's high court overturned the ruling and says the jury didn't consider all the evidence, including the prosecution's initial theory that Kercher was killed during a twisted sex game. A new trial could start as early as this fall.
Outfront tonight: CNN legal analyst and criminal defense attorney, Paul Callan.
For the second time in two months we are hearing about people being held against their will in Ohio. This time a woman and child were allegedly held for a period of two years.
According to federal authorities a disabled woman and her daughter were allegedly held in an apartment in Ashland, Ohio, which is about 60 miles south of Cleveland.
They say the two were forced to do manual labor while their captors kept them compliant by threatening them with dogs, and poisonous snakes. Three people have been arrested and charged with forced labor.
Outfront tonight: Steven Dettelbach is the U.S. attorney for the northern district of Ohio.
Evidence continues to mount against ex-mob boss James "Whitey" Bulger.
The prosecution's star witness and former hitman John Martorano took the stand again today, telling the court for the first time that Bulger wasn't just an accessory to murder, but that the former head of Boston's Irish mom also pulled the trigger.
Bulger is accused of drug dealing, extortion and 19 murders committed while he was a prized FBI informant.
OutFront tonight: Boston Globe Reporter Kevin Cullen. Cullen is the author of "Whitey Bulger, America's Most Wanted Gangster and the Manhunt that Brought him to Justice."