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James Joseph „Whitey“ Bulger war ein verhafteter US-amerikanischer Verbrecher. Er stand ab als chronologisch Person auf der Liste der zehn meistgesuchten Flüchtigen des FBI. Auf seine Ergreifung waren 2 Mio. US-Dollar ausgesetzt. James Joseph „Whitey“ Bulger (* 3. September in Boston, Massachusetts; † Oktober in Bruceton Mills, West Virginia) war ein verhafteter. Der irischstämmige James „Whitey“ Bulger (auch Jimmy) ist Anführer der Winter Hill Gang, einer kleineren kriminellen Bande, die im südlichen Boston in den. Deutschlands führende Nachrichtenseite. Alles Wichtige aus Politik, Wirtschaft, Sport, Kultur, Wissenschaft, Technik und mehr. Mit Unterstützung des FBI stieg James "Whitey" Bulger zum Paten von Boston auf, räumte unbehelligt Rivalen und Zeugen aus dem Weg.
Er galt ein brutaler Mafiachef und saß unter anderem wegen Mordes lebenslang im Gefängnis: James „Whitey“ Bulger. Sein Verbrecherleben. Mit Unterstützung des FBI stieg James "Whitey" Bulger zum Paten von Boston auf, räumte unbehelligt Rivalen und Zeugen aus dem Weg. Foto-Show: Mafia-Boss "Whitey" Bulger. Bild 1/7. (Quelle: dpa). James Bulger als junger Gangster nach einer Festnahme Sechs Jahrzehnte später steht. Er galt ein brutaler Mafiachef und saß unter anderem wegen Mordes lebenslang im Gefängnis: James „Whitey“ Bulger. Sein Verbrecherleben. Der Prozess gegen den Ex-Mafia-Boss und FBI-Informanten James „Whitey“ Bulger holt die Schrecken der 80er zurück: Jetzt starb der wichtigste Zeuge namens. Sein Leben diente als Vorlage für den Film „The Departed“: Jetzt ist der berüchtigte amerikanische Gangsterboss James „Whitey“ Bulger. James "Whitey" Bulger galt als einer der berüchtigtsten Gangster der USA. Jetzt ist Bulger im Gefängnis ermordet worden. Mit 89 Jahren. Foto-Show: Mafia-Boss "Whitey" Bulger. Bild 1/7. (Quelle: dpa). James Bulger als junger Gangster nach einer Festnahme Sechs Jahrzehnte später steht. Icon: Menü Menü. Von der Justiz blieb "Whitey" dabei weitgehend unbehelligt, indem er Konkurrenten an das FBI verriet und so selbst straffrei ausging. James "Whitey" Bulgerberüchtigter und legendärer Bostoner Mafiaboss, wurde am Dienstagmorgen um 8. Pfeil nach links. Drei mit dem Fall vertraute Personen see more der Zeitung, man ermittle Lotto Free einen Insassen, der selbst Verbindungen zur Mafia haben soll.
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They would rent cars and travel all through Europe. It was more preparation than anything, getting ready for another life.
They didn't ask me to go, not that I would have wanted to. Jimmy had prepared for the run for years. He had established a whole other person, Thomas Baxter, with a complete ID and credit cards in that name.
He had even joined associations in Baxter's name, building an entire portfolio for the guy. He had always said you had to be ready to take off on short notice.
And he was. Bulger had also set up safe deposit boxes, containing cash, jewelry and passports, in locations across North America and Europe, including Florida , Oklahoma , Montreal , Dublin , London , Birmingham and Venice.
In December , he was informed by Connolly that sealed indictments had come from the Department of Justice and that the FBI was set to make arrests during the Christmas season.
In response, Bulger fled Boston on December 23, , accompanied by his common-law wife Theresa Stanley.
On January 5, , Bulger prepared to return to Boston, believing that it had been a false alarm. Boston police detective Michael Flemmi, Stephen's brother, informed Weeks of the arrest.
Weeks immediately passed the information on to Bulger, who altered his plans. Bulger and Stanley spent the next three weeks traveling to New York , Los Angeles and San Francisco before Stanley decided that she wanted to return to her children.
They traveled to Clearwater, Florida , where Bulger retrieved his "Tom Baxter" identification from a safety deposit box. He then drove to Boston and dropped off Theresa in a parking lot.
Bulger and Greig then went on the run together. In his memoirs, Weeks describes a clandestine meeting with Bulger and Greig in Chicago.
Bulger reminisced fondly about his time hiding out with a family in Louisiana. He told Weeks, who had replaced him as head of the Winter Hill Gang, "If anything comes down, put it on me.
He told Weeks, "Every day out there is another day I beat them. Every good meal is a meal they can't take away from me. In mid-November , Weeks and Bulger met for the last time, at the lion statues at the front of the New York Public Library Main Branch , and adjourned for dinner at a nearby restaurant.
At the end of our dinner, he seemed more aware of everything around him. His tone was a little more serious, and there wasn't as much joking as usual.
He repeated the phrase he had used before that a rolling stone gathers no moss, which told me that he knew he was going to be on the move again.
I got the feeling that he was resigning himself to the fact that he wasn't coming back. Up until then, I always believed he thought there was a chance he had beat the case.
However, at that point, there was something different going on with him. I didn't fully understand all the aspects of his case. It would be another six months before it became clearer.
Yet at that moment, in that restaurant in New York, I sensed that he had moved to a new place in his mind. It was over. He'd never return to South Boston.
Although by this time he was aware of Bulger's FBI deal, he was determined to remain faithful to the neighborhood code of silence.
However, while awaiting trial in Rhode Island's Wyatt federal prison , Weeks was approached by a fellow inmate, a " made man " in the Patriarca family, who told him, "Kid, what are you doing?
Are you going to take it up the ass for these guys? Remember, you can't rat on a rat. Those guys have been giving up everyone for thirty years.
In the aftermath, Weeks decided to cut a deal with federal prosecutors and revealed where almost every penny and body was buried.
Writing in , Weeks recalled:  : I had known all along, however, that it would not be easy for anyone to capture Jimmy.
If he saw them coming, he would take them with him. He wouldn't hesitate. Even before he went on the run, he would always say, "Let's all go to hell together.
I also knew that Jimmy wouldn't go to trial. He would rather plead out to a life sentence than put his family through the embarrassment of a trial.
If he had a gun on him, he would go out in a blaze of glory rather than spend the rest of his life in jail.
But I don't think they'll ever catch him. The first confirmed sighting of Bulger before his capture was in London in At one point, FBI agents were sent to Uruguay to investigate a lead.
Other agents were sent to stake out the 60th anniversary celebrations of the Battle of Normandy , as Bulger was reportedly an enthusiastic fan of military history.
Later reports of a sighting in Italy in April proved false. Two people on video footage shot in Taormina , Sicily , formerly thought to be Bulger and Greig walking in the streets of the city center, were later identified as a tourist couple from Germany.
He was 81 years old at the time of the arrest. According to retired FBI agent Scott Bakken, "Here you have somebody who is far more sophisticated than some year-old who killed someone in a drive-by.
To be a successful fugitive you have to cut all contacts from your previous life. He had the means and kept a low profile. According to authorities, the arrests were a "direct result" of the media campaign launched by the FBI in fourteen television markets across the country where Bulger and Greig reportedly had ties.
The campaign focused on Greig, describing her as an animal lover who frequently went to beauty salons. Authorities received a tip from a woman in Iceland that Bulger was living in an apartment near a beach in Santa Monica.
Bulger out of his apartment", "arrested him 'without incident', then went in the house and arrested Greig". Immediately after being brought back to Boston, Bulger began talking to authorities.
He said that during his days as a fugitive he often went back and forth across the border to Mexico to buy medicine for his heart disease.
Bulger was arraigned in federal court on July 6, He pleaded not guilty to 48 charges, including 19 counts of murder, extortion, money laundering, obstruction of justice, perjury , narcotics distribution and weapons violations.
In a interview Kevin Weeks expressed surprise at Bulger's decision to cooperate after his arrest. Weeks said, "I don't understand because he's not the same as I remember him.
I can't believe he's so chatty right now. So I don't know what he's doing". No, no one's worried about him. Bulger's companion during his years as a fugitive was his longtime girlfriend Catherine Greig, who is almost 22 years younger than Bulger.
Their father was a machinist from Glasgow, Scotland, and their mother was from Canada, as was Bulger's father.
Greig's younger brother David Greig was a close associate of Bulger. David was found shot dead on Cape Cod, a death characterized as a suicide.
Greig met Bulger in her late 20s, after she divorced Bobby McGonagle. She worked as a dental hygienist. Greig had been wanted by the FBI since Greig initially indicated that she would go to trial rather than accept a plea bargain.
On June 12, , she was sentenced to eight years in federal prison. She declined to speak during her sentencing.
In September , Greig was indicted on a charge of criminal contempt stemming from her refusal to testify before a grand jury about whether other people aided Bulger while he was a fugitive.
District Judge F. Dennis Saylor IV sentenced Greig, then midway through her sentence for harboring Bulger, to 21 months on the contempt charge, pushing her release date to late Greig has served much of her eight-year sentence at the Federal Correctional Institution, Waseca in Minnesota ,  but has also been detained at various points in Rhode Island ahead of proceedings in the criminal contempt case.
Greig will complete her sentence on July 23, and will be under home confinement with electronic monitoring. Casper on 32 counts of racketeering and firearms possession.
They also reported themselves unable to agree about the murder of Deborah Davis, though Bulger had already been found liable for her death in a civil suit.
Carney Jr. On November 14, , Bulger was sentenced to two terms of life imprisonment , plus five years. Casper told Bulger that such a sentence was necessary given his "unfathomable" crimes, some of which inflicted "agonizing" suffering on his victims.
His health also declined due to a lack of exercise. Bulger was in a wheelchair and had been beaten to death by multiple inmates armed with a sock-wrapped padlock and a shiv.
His eyes had nearly been gouged out and his tongue almost cut off;    a law enforcement official described Bulger as "unrecognizable".
Family members, including his brother, former Massachusetts state Senate president William M. Bulger , and the twin sister of Catherine Greig attended.
Bulger is buried at St. Joseph's Cemetery in the Boston Neighborhood of West Roxbury under the Bulger family headstone inscribed with the names of his parents.
There is simply no other explanation for the transfer of someone in his condition and inmate status to be placed in the general population of one of the country's most violent federal penitentiaries.
Bulger born William Bulger served in the military during the Korean War but was never posted to Korea. He was formerly an influential leader of the Democratic Party in Massachusetts.
In a long political career, William rose to become President of the Massachusetts Senate. After his retirement he was appointed President of the University of Massachusetts system.
In December , William Bulger appeared before the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform and refused to testify, citing his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination.
I do not know where he has been over the past eight years. I have not aided James Bulger in any way while he has been a fugitive. Few people probably did.
By definition, his was a secretive life. His actions were covert, hidden even from—or perhaps hidden especially from those who loved and cared about him.
The subject that interests so many, the life and the activities of my brother James is painful and difficult for me. John "Jackie" Bulger, a retired Massachusetts court clerk magistrate , was convicted in April of committing perjury in front of two grand juries regarding sworn statements he gave concerning contacts with his fugitive brother.
Bulger fathered one child, Douglas Glenn Cyr — , during a year relationship with Lindsey Cyr, a waitress and former fashion model living in North Weymouth, Massachusetts.
And we all made him vulnerable. An absolute nightmare, and it was very difficult for Jimmy because, no matter what, there was nothing that could save this.
Money didn't matter, his power didn't matter. I remember that we were walking out of the hospital the night that he died, and he was holding my hand.
And Jimmy said, "I'm never going to hurt like this again. After Bulger's arrest, Cyr announced her support of him,  stating:.
If he wanted to see me, I'd be happy to. If he needs help getting attorneys and what have you, I'd be happy to help him.
Part of me does [still love him]. I still care for him. I would always help him. I certainly always stand by him.
He is the father of my child. He is 12 years of my life. I want to see him well protected. And I'm not particularly sympathetic to some of the people involved, some of the victims' families.
However, he was repeatedly unfaithful to her with a host of other women, and was often absent while overseeing the running of his organization.
In a interview Stanley stated that she was planning to publish her memoirs;  however, she died of lung cancer in at the age of Most of the time, The Boston Globe wasn't as inaccurate as the Herald.
They just knocked the people from Southie during busing. They also liked to describe me as, 'Whitey's surrogate son', another example of the media putting labels on people they wrote about.
Jimmy and I were friends, not like father and son. Even though he was the boss, he always treated me equally, like an associate, not a son.
The reporter who seemed to do the most research and put real effort into getting the true story without having been there was Shelley Murphy, who had been at the Herald for ten years when she went to work for the Globe in But Jimmy and I usually ended up laughing at most of the news stories, as time and time again the media had it wrong, over and over again holding to their pledge to never let the truth get in the way of a good story.
According to Weeks' memoirs, in Boston Herald reporter Paul Corsetti began researching an article about Louis Litif 's murder and Bulger's suspected involvement.
After reporting the story for several days, Corsetti was approached by a man who said, "I'm Jim Bulger and if you continue to write shit about me, I'm going to blow your fucking head off.
He was issued a pistol permit within 24 hours. The cop who gave him the permit told him, 'I'm glad my last name is not Corsetti.
In his memoirs, Kevin Weeks related his participation in an attempt to assassinate reporter Howie Carr at his house in suburban Acton.
Weeks stated that Carr was targeted because he was "writing nasty stories about people, he was an oxygen thief who didn't deserve to breathe.
Weeks stated that, although several plans were considered, all were abandoned because there was too much risk of injuring Carr's wife and children.
The plans climaxed with Weeks' own attempt to shoot Carr with a sniper rifle as he came out of his house. However, when Carr came out the front door holding the hand of his young daughter, Weeks could not bring himself to shoot.
He wanted another opportunity to "finish the job," but Bulger advised him to forget about Howie Carr. But in the long run, Jimmy and I got sidetracked and the maggot lived.
Still, I wish I'd killed him. No question about it. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. James "Whitey" Bulger Bulger's mugshot.
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His offenses grew increasingly large in scale, culminating in a string of bank robberies from Rhode Island to Indiana.
In June , he was sentenced to 25 years in federal prison. He ended up serving nine years, including stints in Atlanta, Alcatraz and Leavenworth.
Regardless, after he did his time, Bulger returned to Boston to resume his life of crime. After Killeen was gunned down in , Bulger joined the Winter Hill Gang, where he quickly rose up in the ranks.
By , Whitey Bulger had become a preeminent figure in Boston's organized crime scene. That year, Howie Winter, the boss of the Winter Hill Gang, was sent to prison for fixing horse races, and Bulger assumed the gang's leadership.
Over the next 16 years, he came to control a significant portion of Boston's drug dealing, bookmaking and loansharking operations. During this same time from to , unbeknownst to even his closest associates, Bulger was an FBI informant.
In the spring of , the Drug Enforcement Administration , the Massachusetts State Police and the Boston Police Department launched an investigation into Bulger's gambling operations.
In early , Bulger and his associate, Stephen Flemmi, were indicted. Bulger, however, managed to slip through the authorities grasp. According to federal sources, Bulger's FBI handler, longtime friend Special Agent John Connelly, tipped Bulger off to the indictment, allowing the criminal to flee with his girlfriend, Theresa Stanley.
Bulger returned a month later, after Stanley decided that she wanted to return to her children, but fled again soon after with a mistress, Catherine Greig.
Bulger's life on the run ended in June , when he was caught and arrested in Santa Monica, California, after a year manhunt.
A tipster had notified the FBI that the year-old fugitive and Greig had been living in a rent-controlled apartment as retirees.
The FBI had the building manager lure Bulger to the garage of the apartment by telling him the lock on his storage locker was broken.
In the garage, Bulger was surrounded by FBI agents and local police officers. Greig was also captured and, in March , she pleaded guilty to conspiracy to harbor a fugitive, conspiracy to commit identity fraud and identity fraud.
In June , she was sentenced to 8 years in prison.Nun link er seinen ersten Auftragsmord begehen. Connolly und Bulger erhalten sehr hohe Haftstrafen. Bulger musste sich ab vor Gericht verantworten. Auf epd Film dagegen wurde Black Click the following article mit nur 2 von 5 Sternen bewertet. Hauptseite Themenportale Zufälliger Artikel. Später arbeitete er als Informant für das FBI und nutzte diese Position zu seinem eigenen Vorteil, um seine Stellung im Organisierten Verbrechen Bostons zu festigen, indem er rivalisierende Gangster an die Fahnder verriet. Mitte der Siebziger soll der Gangster zum ersten Mal als Polizeispitzel gegen rivalisierende Banden aktiv geworden sein. Ein Gangster und Gentleman? Im Paypal Anmeldung Nicht MГ¶glich Kiosk Technik. Link nach links Zurück zum Artikel Teilen Icon: teilen. Quelle: fbi. William Bulger behauptete stets, praktisch keinen Kontakt zu seinem kriminellen Bruder gehabt zu haben.
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