Janet Uhlar | James “Whitey” Bulger

James “Whitey” Bulger

 

According to Katharine Q. Seelye’s article in The New York Times, (Gerard O’Neill, Boston Globe Investigative Reporter, Dies at 76, published Aug. 23 updated Aug. 25): “Mr. O’Neill’s biggest quarry was Whitey Bulger, Boston’s most notorious mobster, whom he helped expose as an F.B.I. informant.” Again, according to the above mentioned Times article, another Globe reporter told Ms. Seelye, “that just before the series was published, the F.B.I. told …

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Will Jeffrey Epstein’s Death Shed Light on “Whitey” Bulger’s Murder? The Federal Bureau of Prisons is under the spotlight — and so it should be. As should be the prison system throughout America. But, do we stop there? Absolutely not! The corruption begins before men, women, and children are locked behind bars — before men, women, and children are thrown into solitary confinement (they call it the Special Housing …

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NBC sent journalist Rich Shapiro from NY to my home in Massachusetts to discuss what I knew of Jim Bulger’s health prior to his transfer to Hazelton USP in West Virginia. In late October 2018, Bulger was supposed to be en-route to a medical center federal prison. News came on October 30th that Bulger was found dead at Hazelton USP — brutally murdered within 12 hours of arriving at …

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Many refer to Bulger as a “monster.” (I’ve never heard John Martorano or Steve Flemmi referred to as monsters — only Bulger.) After spending 15 hours in face-to-face conversation with Bulger, I can tell you that he was very human. Was there a monster within that could be stirred? I believe there was, and given the right circumstances it would appear. My question is: Who or What created this …

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A recent ruling of Federal Judge Kenneth A. Marra in Florida (see link below) caused me to think about the trial of James “Whitey” Bulger. https://www.miamiherald.com/news/state/florida/article226577419.html I can’t help but wonder if AUSAs Fred Wyshak, Brian Kelly, and whoever else made the disgusting deals with the murderous FBI agent John Morris; the serial killers John Martorano and Steve Flemmi; or the untouchable Pat Nee were sharing with their victims’ …

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Following the murder of James “Whitey” Bulger, I did an interview on WBZ radio’s NightSide with Dan Rea. (Dan’s a great guy and a great interviewer, this was my second interview with him. For those not familiar with Dan Rea, he was instrumental in obtaining freedom for Joseph Salvati, who was falsely accused of murder by mafia hitman Joe “The Animal” Barboza. Around 1965, Barboza became a top-echelon informant …

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Federal Prison officials state that James “Whitey” Bulger’s physical condition suddenly “improved” and that’s why, at the last minute, he wasn’t sent to a medical facility, but to a prison in West Virginia with a history of violent murders. Of course, the media believes whatever they’re fed by the federal officials. No one asks questions. No one investigates. I have numerous letters in which Bulger tells me about his …

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Jim Bulger was a criminal, there’s no denying that. But would he have become a killer if not for the CIA’s LSD experiment known as the Mkultra Project? This is not conspiracy theory nonsense — this is a historically documented fact. At the age of 26, Jim Bulger was sent to prison in Atlanta, GA for 20 years for bank robbery. The year was 1956. Prisoners were offered time …

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“Whitey” Bulger is dead. He never liked being call Whitey. His name was James. I called him Jim. I took part in sending him to prison 5 years ago as a juror in a highly orchestrated trial. A trial that never had to be. Jim wanted to plead guilty to all charges, and was willing to accept an expedited death sentence. A trial that never had to be, because …

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According to reporter Ephrat Livni at Quartz (10/2/18) a “new Supreme Court case aims to close the huge loophole in US “double jeopardy” law.” (see link to article below). The Supreme Court has a case on its docket this term (Gamble vs. USA) that could possibly result in the release of former FBI Agent John Connolly.  In this case, the Court will decide whether or not to abolish the …

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