'Whitey' Bulger transferred to new prison

Former Boston crime boss James "Whitey" Bulger has been transferred to a federal prison in Florida.

The 85-year-old is serving two life sentences after a 2013 racketeering conviction tying him to 11 murders and other gangland crimes in the 1970s and '80s.

Bulger had been at a prison in Arizona. Bulger's attorney Hank Brennan said Thursday he hasn't been notified why Bulger was moved.

Bulger still faces a Florida murder charge in the 1982 killing of gambling executive John Callahan. Brennan said he hopes Florida does hold a trial because it's the only way Bulger will have a fair opportunity to testify.

Bulger didn't testify at his Boston trial. His lawyers say he believes it was a "sham" because he wasn't allowed to argue a now-deceased federal prosecutor gave him immunity in exchange for protection. Bulger is appealing.