Whitey Bulger Murder: Inmate in Solitary, but Still No Answers
It's been six months since mob boss Whitey Bulger was murdered in prison, and authorities have yet to charge anyone.
But at least one inmate, who was sent to solitary confinement after the slaying, reportedly remains there.
Sean McKinnon, 33, does not have any known mafia ties, but he happened to have a cellmate who does: convicted mob hitman Fotios "Freddy" Geas of Massachusetts.
Geas was initially identified as one of two suspects in Bulger's slaying.