I do not for one second believe the story Weeks and Flemmi tell about the Hussey murder. It makes no sense. Whitey had nothing against Deborah. She was murdered because Steve Flemmi found that she was in the way.
Deborah Hussey grew up with Flemmi as her step father. He had been raping her in her family home since she was in her early teens. Finally she yelled out for help after being unable to take his assaults and intimidation any more. She told her mother that her boyfriend had been raping her for all those years. Her mother, Marion, supposedly threw Flemmi out of the house. That was it. No one dared to do any more to him than that. She should have gone to the police and reported these evil acts but Flemmi also had her intimidated.
We’ve read during the Catholic priest scandal how devastating it is on young kids when they get abused. This is especially so when the abuser, like a priest or a step-father, is in a position where protection should be given rather than carnal abuse. Deborah’s life would spin out of control in that situation. It is alleged she became a heavy drug user and eventually fell into prostitution. Flemmi would testify how he tried to help her.
I felt like throwing up in disgust. I was glad I named him Benji Ditchman after the sewer system in Japan that carried all that country’s excrement. He was truly vile that he made my skin crawl that he had the audacity to suggest the somehow the young girl he ruined he tried to help. He had the effrontery to say that after he had murdered her which he blame on another who wanted her murdered because she allegedly made a spectacle of herself in a barroom noted for its spectacles.
I could not believe the prosecutors who have kept him out of the federal prison system even dealing with this man. The vision of Fred Wyshak laughing with him in the Florida court as if they were close buddies over the death of Brian Halloran was enough in and off itself to confirm to me that Wyshak had become like his star witness unable to differentiate good from evil.
The surrealism in all of this seems to escape most people. How is it a prosecutor can find such intimacy with such filth and offer it as a witness for the United States? Flemmi is one of the most disgusting people who ever lived. How many men have you ever heard of who would bring their step-daughter to a house to be murdered and say he had no choice because another told him to do it?
How many prosecutors would buy into that story? Do you? What is most astounding is how all the media accepted it and promulgated it without question.
We’ve seen how Flemmi murdered Debbie Davis. He tried to put it on Whitey. How do you know the same thing did not happen with Deborah Hussey? Because that viciously corrupt man said so?
John who comments here on occasion put it well: “Sure, he is a seriously bent individual. Words : sociopath, psychopath, thrill killer, degenerate and so forth give a purchase on a cruelly warped mind, but what is never understood is how private someone like Flemmi must be within the closed circuit of his pathological blood lust.”
Stevie murdered Deborah because she was a walking billboard advertising his dirty and filthy sordidness. The more she drank and did drugs the more she talked about his encroachments on her innocence; his preying upon and stealing her youth; that in all his bravado he was little more than a pedophile.
He tried to send her away. He sent her to Florida. She didn’t stay. She came back flashing all about Boston her relationship to the man. What kind of father could he have been to let his daughter fall into such decrepitude people were asking? How many people did she tell about the abuse she received at the hands of her step-father? Her advertising in neon lights that he was not all he was cracked up to be was more than he could stand.
None of this affected Whitey. He wasn’t being tainted by any of her actions. There is not even the suggestion that she knew something about his business and he wanted her done away with. It is a totally senseless murder that could only be committed by a depraved man like Flemmi. Only that type of person would murder the poor wench who probably slept more under bars than in a bed during the latter stages of her tragic life?