James "Whitey" Bulger

“Trump is tough and fights back instead of bowing down to pressure ― and caving in to press," the Boston mob kingpin wrote.
The cause of death for the notorious Boston mob boss was listed as “blunt force injuries of the head" while imprisoned.
But questions continue to mount about why prison officials transferred the mob boss to a veritable lion's den.
"Sending him there is like a death sentence," a Bureau of Prisons employee said after the mobster was killed in Hazelton penitentiary.
‘Whitey’ Bulger was of the nation’s most notorious gangsters, a perfect subject for mobster movies.
‘Whitey’ Bulger was of the nation’s most notorious gangsters, a perfect subject for mobster movies.
Fotios “Freddy” Geas has reportedly not disputed his role in the Boston mob kingpin's slaying.
He was the leader of Boston’s violent Winter Hill Gang.
Bulger was at the top of Boston's criminal underworld for a quarter-century, then going on the lam for 16 years before his capture.
Within the annals of twentieth century American organized crime there will forever be an elite, short-list of names with unmatched recognition. They are the sinister royalty, a collective brotherhood of infamy.