64, pleaded guilty in 2012 to charges of identity fraud and
harboring a fugitive during her long years in hiding with
Bulger, who fled Boston in 1994 after a corrupt FBI agent wanted
him that arrest was imminent.
She was sentenced to serve eight years in federal prison for
those crimes and could face additional prison time for contempt.
Federal law sets no maximum sentence for that charge.
Bulger, 86, was found guilty in 2013 of murdering or ordering
the killings of 11 people while he ruled Boston's underworld as
the notorious leader of the "Winter Hill" crime gang in the
1970s and 80s.
His run atop the FBI's "Ten Most Wanted List" ended in 2011 when
agents arrested the pair at their California apartment building.
Bulger's 2013 trial highlighted his dealings with the FBI's
Boston office, where fellow Irish-American agents turned a blind
eye to Bulger's crimes in exchange for information they could
use against the Italian-American mafia, then a top FBI target.
The film "Black Mass," released last year and starring Johnny
Depp as Bulger, told the story of the gangster's rise to power
and ultimate flight from the city. Bulger's relationship with an
earlier girlfriend is depicted in the film, but Greig did not
appear as a character.
Greig's twin sister, Margaret McCusker, has criticized the
contempt prosecution, contending she was serving a long enough
(Reporting by Scott Malone; Editing by David Gregorio)
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