Bulger Featured on German Equivalent of "America's Most Wanted"

FBI agents from Boston were in Munich yesterday, appealing to the public for help in capturing gangster James "Whitey" Bulger.

The 78-year-old fugitive was featured last night on the television program "Aktenzeichen XY . . . ungelöst," which means "File XY Unsolved" and is German television's equivalent of Fox Television's "America's Most Wanted."

FBI agents from Boston are in Munich today, appealing to the public for help in capturing fugitive gangster James "Whitey'' Bulger.

The 78-year-old fugitive will be featured tonight on "Aktenzeichen XY...ungelost," which means "File XY Unsolved" and is German television's equivalent of Fox Television's America's Most Wanted.

The foreign press corps will get a tutorial on one of Boston's most notorious gangsters, James "Whitey" Bulger, during a briefing in Washington tomorrow as the FBI continues its global push to find the elderly fugitive who has been on the run for 14 years and remains on the 10 Most Wanted list.