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Clinton CAUGHT In Pedophile Ring

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According to former child sex slave Virginia Roberts and a class action lawsuit against convicted billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, former President Bill Clinton was present during sex parties involving up to twenty underage girls at Epstein’s secluded island in the Caribbean. That flight records show Clinton was flown on numerous occasions to the island on Epstein’s private jet. Clinton had a close relationship with an employee of Epstein’s who compiled thousands of photos of nude young girls posed in lewd positions. And these photos were used as a catalog for Epstein to loan out his girls to powerful politicians and British royalty, including Bill Clinton.

According to the lawsuit:

…Clinton was friends with an unnamed woman who “kept images of naked underage children on her computer, helped to recruit underage children for Epstein… and photographed underage females in sexually explicit poses.”

While Epstein was indicted and jailed for his pedophilia, Bill Clinton oddly has remained unscathed, more than likely by having friends in high places.

If Bill Clinton is in fact a pedophile, will the American people demand that he be put away for a very long time so that he can’t hurt any more children? Or will having friends in high places exempt him from the rule of law?

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Woody Allen has been spotted strolling on New York’s Upper East Side with billionaire child sex-offender Jeffrey Epstein, who served time for hiring minors to ‘massage’ him at his Florida mansion.

Jeffrey Edward Epstein (born January 20, 1953 in Coney Island, New York) is an American financier. He served 13 months in jail of an 18-month sentence as a convicted sex offender in the state of Florida for soliciting an underage girl for prostitution. He is a registered sex offender, and remains under investigation by the FBI over allegations of involvement with underage girls and for money laundering.

Nude pictures Allen took of Soon-Yi Previn would figure prominently in his divorce proceedings with Mia Farrow, and the presiding judge would label his behavior “grossly inappropriate.” The behavior included full frontal Polaroids of Soon-Yi posing with her legs spread apart, with her vagina and face prominent in all of the pictures Allen took. Additionally, Farrow alleged that Allen had molested their seven year old adopted daughter Malone (known at the time as Dylan Farrow).

z_woody_mia_soonyiAllen had taken pornographic photos of adopted daughter Soon-Yi Previn and was having an affair with her when she was only 17-years-old.

In March 2005, a woman contacted Palm Beach police, concerned that her 14-year-old step-daughter had been taken to Epstein’s mansion by an older girl and been paid $300 after stripping to her panties and massaging the man while he masturbated. By 2011 at least 40 girls aged 13 to 17 had come forward with similar stories, some saying Epstein sexually assaulted them during the massage.

Virginia Roberts, who now lives in Australia, was born in Sacramento, California, in 1983. She was sexually molested by ‘a man close to her family’. Aged 11, she was sent to live with an aunt. Three years later, she started a new life with her father, in Palm Beach, Florida. Her father was maintenance manager at Donald Trump’s country club, Mar-a-Lago. At the age of 15, she met Ghislaine Maxwell, who arranged for her to work as Epstein’s masseuse.

Virginia worked for Epstein for four years. For three of those years, she was under Florida’s age of consent. “Basically, I was training to be a prostitute for him and his friends who shared his interest in young girls,” she says. “The way it usually worked was I’d be sent to meet a man at his ranch in New Mexico, which was really isolated…“I met famous friends of his such as Al Gore, Donald Trump and Kevin Spacey.”z_wallen_adopted_daughters002

Court filings in a civil case filed by billionaire sex offender Jeffrey Epstein link Epstein and Jean Luc Brunel, owner of modeling agency MC2. [1]

The documents say MC2 employees told attorney Brad Edwards that Epstein’s condos at 301 E. 66th St. in New York City were used to house young models.

Edwards, who has sued Epstein on behalf of several women claiming to be victims of sex abuse by Epstein, was told MC2 brought underage girls in from all over the world, promising them modeling contracts.

“Epstein and Brunel would then obtain a visa for these girls, then would charge the underage girls rent,” the documents say.

They also allege Epstein tried to thwart Edwards from taking depositions of Brunel, Epstein’s companion Guislaine Maxwell, and other high-profile names such as former President Bill Clinton.z_wallen_soonyi000

Details are listed in more than 62 pages filed by attorney Jack Scarola on behalf of Edwards in the lawsuit Epstein filed against Edwards. Edwards represents four of Epstein’s minor victims, three of whom have settled their cases with Epstein under a confidential agreement.

Epstein attorneys Christopher Knight and Joseph Ackerman declined to comment on the court filings.

According to flight logs from Epstein’s private planes, Clinton flew several times on Epstein’s planes, many times with Palm Beach resident Sarah Kellen and Adriana Mucinska according to court papers.

“Epstein’s personal phone directory from his computer contains e-mail addresses for Clinton along with 21 phone numbers for him and what appears to be Clinton’s personal numbers,” court papers say.

Court documents in that case claimed he routinely sought out underage girls and paid them $200 to $1,000 for sexual  massages in his homes in Palm Beach, Florida, and Manhattan. [2]

But the financier avoided a longer sentence after he signed a secret non-prosecution deal under which the government agreed to drop its investigation into the string of sex-crime allegations if Epstein confessed to prostitution felonies in Florida state court.z_Woody+Allen+Soon+Yi+Previn002

Epstein has so far made 17 out-of-court settlements, and some cases are ongoing.

Dylan Farrow said that her father had taken her to the attic, where he had sexually molested her. She says she is still tormented by Allen. She says hearing the famous Irving Berlin song Cheek To Cheek, which he used to sing to her, makes her throw up.

She spelled out exactly what she recalls Allen making her do there, ‘I was cracking. I had to say something. I was seven. I was doing it because I was scared. I wanted it to stop.’ Allen, she says, told her it was their secret and she couldn’t tell anyone – although she disobeyed him and told her mother.

“When I was seven years old, Woody Allen took me by the hand and led me into a dim, closet-like attic on the second floor of our house. He told me to lay on my stomach…..Then he sexually assaulted me.”

Dylan later suffered severe depression and started cutting herself, even making a ‘half-hearted’ attempt at suicide.

First, Allen told investigators he had never been in the attic where the alleged abuse took place. After his hair was found on a painting in the attic, he admitted that he might have stuck his head in once or twice. A top investigator concluded that his account was not credible.z_wallen_soonyi

The state attorney, Maco, said publicly he did have probable cause to press charges against Allen but declined, due to the fragility of the “child victim.” Maco told me that he refused to put Dylan through an exhausting trial, and without her on the stand, he could not prosecute Allen.

According to Sacramento, Calif., psychologist Herbert N. Weissman, symptoms, such as fear, anxiety, depression, anger, withdrawal, sexual preoccupation and school or sleep difficulties ruins them for life. Allen has had a lifelong impact on her. Dylan says she initially broke up with the man who is now her husband, telling him that childhood memories had given her ‘hang-ups about sex’.

“This is such a betrayal to me and my whole family,” Dylan Farrow said. “My memories are  the truth and they are mine and I will live with that for the rest of my life. My mother never coached me. She never planted false memories in my brain. My memories are mine. I remember them. She was distraught when I told her. When I came forward with my story she was hoping against hope that I had made it up.”

She regrets that she has never been asked to testify against Allen, adding: ‘If I could talk to the seven-year-old Dylan, I  would tell her to be brave, to testify.’

Mia Farrow, was married and divorced from Frank Sinatra and conductor Andre Previn, before dating Woody Allen.

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U.S. Courts reviving ‘debtors’ prison’

As if out of a Charles Dickens novel, people struggling to pay overdue fines and fees associated with court costs for even the simplest traffic infractions are being thrown in jail across the United States.

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Critics are calling the practice the new “debtors’ prison” — referring to the jails that flourished in the U.S. and Western Europe over 150 years ago. Before the time of bankruptcy laws and social safety nets, poor folks and ruined business owners were locked up until their debts were paid off.

Reforms eventually outlawed the practice. But groups like the Brennan Center for Justice and the American Civil Liberties Union say it’s been reborn in local courts which may not be aware it’s against the law to send indigent people to jail over unpaid fines and fees — or they just haven’t been called on it until now.

Advocates are trying to convince courts that aside from the legal questions surrounding the practice, it is disproportionately jailing poor people and doesn’t even boost government revenues — in fact, governments lose money in the process.

“It’s a waste of taxpayer resources, and it undermines the integrity of the justice system,” Carl Takei, staff attorney for the ACLU’s National Prison Project, told General Strike USA.com.

“The problem is it’s not actually much of a money-making proposition … to throw people in jail for fines and fees when they can’t afford it. If counties weren’t spending the money jailing people for not paying debts, they could be spending the money in other ways.”

The Brennan Center for Justice at New York University’s School of Law released a “Tool Kit for Action” in 2012 that broke down the cost to municipalities to jail debtors in comparison with the amount of old debt it was collecting. It doesn’t look like a bargain. For example, according to the report, Mecklenburg County, N.C., collected $33,476 in debts in 2009, but spent $40,000 jailing 246 debtors — a loss of $6,524.

Fines are the court-imposed payments linked to a conviction — whether it be for a minor traffic violation like driving without a license or a small drug offense, all the way up to felony. Fees are all those extras tacked on by the court to fund administrative services. These vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction, with some courts imposing more than others.

As states and counties grapple with shrinking budgets and yearly shortfalls, new fees are often imposed to make up the difference, though they can be quite overwhelming to individuals passing through the system — 80 percent of whom qualify as indigent (impoverished and unable to pay), according to the Brennan Center. Florida, for example, has added 20 new fees since 1996, according to the center. North Carolina imposes late fees on debt not paid and surcharges on payment plans.

More and more, courts are dragging people in for fines and fees that have ballooned due to interest imposed on the initial sums. Some owe money to the public defender’s office for the representation they received during their time in court. Others incur hundreds of dollars in fees while they’re incarcerated — for everything from toilet paper to the beds inmates sleep on.

The tab for the average offender could be as low as $250 or as high as $4,000. Both the ACLU and Brennan have been targeting big states with multiple jurisdictions they say are flouting U.S. Supreme Court rulings in 1970, 1971 and 1983. Those rulings essentially say courts cannot extend or impose a jail sentence for unpaid fines and fees if individuals do not have the ability to pay.

At the very least, according to the high court, the courts must inquire and assess whether a person is indigent and might benefit from an alternative method of payment, like community service, before sentencing.

“Even though a lot of jurisdictions do have statutes on the books that allow judges to waive fines and fees, it doesn’t always happen,” explained Lauren Brooke-Eisen, counsel for the Brennan Center’s Justice Program.

Much of the time, probation or the conviction itself will hinder individuals from finding employment (Brennan estimates that some 60 percent are still unemployed a year after leaving jail). But another incarceration over debt could either ruin the job they managed to get or make it even harder to find one.

Many jurisdictions have taken to hiring private collection/probation companies to go after debtors, giving them the authority to revoke probation and incarcerate if they can’t pay. Research into the practice has found that private companies impose their own additional surcharges. Some 15 private companies have emerged to run these services in the South, including the popular Judicial Correction Services (JCS).

In 2012, Circuit Judge Hub Harrington at Harpersville Municipal Court in Alabama shut down what he called the “debtors’ prison” process there, echoing complaints that private companies are only in it for the money. He cited JCS in part for sending indigent people to jail. Calling it a “judicially sanctioned extortion racket,” Harrington said many defendants were locked up on bogus failure-to-appear warrants, and slapped with more fines and fees as a result.

Repeated calls to JCS in Alabama and Georgia were not returned.

Defenders of the collection programs say the money is owed to the state and it’s the government’s right to go after it. “When, and only when, an individual is convicted of a crime, there are required fees and court costs,” Pamela Dembe, president of the First Judicial District of Pennsylvania, which oversees Philadelphia, said in a statement to reporters in May. An earlier review by the courts found an estimated 400,000 residents owed the city money. “If the defendant doesn’t pay, law-abiding taxpayers must pay these costs.”

Meanwhile, there’s evidence that groups like the ACLU are prompting reforms.

For example, the ACLU released “The Outskirts of Hope,” on court practices in Ohio. The report told the story of one couple, John Bundren and Samantha Reed, who both had racked up court fines. Bundren’s, which traced back to underage drinking and public intoxication convictions from his teenage years, totaled $3,000. They paid her fines before his, and Bundren ended up spending 41 days in jail because he couldn’t pay his own.

The ACLU found that seven out of 11 counties they studied were operating de facto debtors’ prisons, despite clear “constitutional and legislative prohibitions.” Some were worse than others. In the second half of 2012 in Huron County, 20 percent of arrests were for failure to pay fines. The Sandusky Municipal Court in Erie County jailed 75 people in a little more than a month during the summer of 2012. The ACLU says it costs upwards of $400 in Ohio to execute a warrant and $65 a night to jail people.

As a result of the study, the Ohio State Supreme Court has begun educating judges and personnel on the statutes and constitutional restrictions of collecting fines and fees, Bret Crow, spokesman for the state court, told FoxNews.com. It is also developing a “bench card,” intended as a reference guide for county judges.

More recently in Colorado, the state ACLU completed a report on “pay or serve” programs throughout the state. In the case of Wheatridge and Northglenn counties, the penalty was one day in the clink for every $50 owed; in Westminster, every offender got an automatic 10 days in jail.

The report also found that one jail racked up more than $70,000 in costs for incarcerating 154 people over a five-month period in 2012 — and only managed to collect $40,000 in overdue fines and fees in that time.

Mark Silverstein, a staff attorney at the Colorado ACLU, claimed judges in these courts never assess the defendants’ ability to pay before sentencing them to jail, which would be unconstitutional.

John Stipech, Municipal Court judge in Westminster, Colo., told General Strike USA.com he agreed with the tenets of the ACLU investigation, but added that the practice of the automatic 10-day jail sentence was already scrapped by Westminster in December 2012. “It was because we had jail space problems and beds needed to be limited to actual criminals,” he said.

He complained that local coverage of the ACLU report “makes it sound like we’re putting everyone in jail.” He said he asks everyone who comes before him if they have the ability to pay. He acknowledged, however, that his court is working with the ACLU and will be instituting formal “show cause” hearings to determine indigence.

“Maybe the ACLU did some good, they brought it to my attention. Maybe they just should have done it in a better way,” Stipech said.

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Brooke-Eisen said the reform movement is proceeding, albeit slowly in tough fiscal times.

“A lot of the jurisdictions are still using fines and fees and passing legislation to add more fees and fines,” she said.

Source: ACLU

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Police: ‘Subway vigilante’ Goetz arrested in undercover drug bust ($30. bag of weed)

By Haimy Assefa, CNN
New York (CNN) – A New York man dubbed the “subway vigilante” after he shot four youths in 1984 was released from jail Saturday on a charge of selling marijuana to an undercover officer.

Bernhard Goetz, 65, was ordered freed on his own recognizance at an arraignment in Criminal Court, the Manhattan district attorney’s office said.

His next court date is December 18, the district attorney’s office said.

National attention followed 1984 shooting

Goetz was the subject of national attention when he shot four black teenagers on December 22, 1984, aboard a Manhattan subway car.

The four said they were panhandling and asked Goetz for $5 to play video games. Goetz said he believed he was being robbed.

Goetz, who is white, was acquitted of murder and assault charges in the shooting but was convicted of illegal possession of a weapon. He served less than nine months behind bars.

The incident took place at a time when race relations were strained and crime levels were high in New York City.

Arrest followed drug sting

Goetz was arrested Friday about a block away from his home in the West Village neighborhood of Manhattan, according to police.

He is accused of meeting an undercover officer at Union Square Park and agreeing to sell her marijuana, Sgt. Carlos Nieves told CNN. Nieves said Goetz went to his apartment to pick up the drug and then sold it to the officer for $30.

Members of the Manhattan South Narcotics Division swooped in to arrest Goetz, police told CNN.

Goetz is charged with criminal possession, criminal sale and unlawful possession of marijuana, Nieves told CNN.

Source: http://www.cnn.com/2013/11/02/us/new-york-vigilante-arrest/

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Strike Updates: German-Moroccan jail inmate on hunger strike

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“The United Nations has asked the Moroccan state to free Mohamed Hajib because his trial was unfair. But the state has done nothing,” said Anas Hellawi, a member of the Joint Committee for the Defence of Islamist Detainees.

“For that reason, Mohamed Hajib has begun his hunger strike,” he told General Strike USA.com.

Hajib was convicted of terrorism offences in 2010 and sentenced to 10 years in prison on the basis of a confession allegedly obtained under torture while he was held in pre-trial detention.

His sentence was reduced to five years in January 2012.

In its latest annual report, Amnesty International said the UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention declared in August 2012 that Hajib’s detention was arbitrary and urged the Moroccan authorities to release him.

Morocco has been accused in the past 12 months of convicting other Islamists on terrorism charges on the basis of confessions allegedly obtained under torture, including Ali Aarrass, a Belgian-Moroccan extradited from Spain in 2010 and sentenced on appeal to 12 years last October.

Last week, some 200 Moroccans, including dozens of children, protested outside parliament in Rabat demanding the release from prison of Islamist relatives they say are innocent.

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Army Veteran Can’t Buy Rifle Because of Pot Conviction 42 Years Ago

By  Lindsey Grudnicki

Ron Kelly, a 59-year-old retired U.S Army soldier, made the front page of the Houston Chronicle Wednesday after he was denied permission to purchase a .22 caliber rifle at a Wal-Mart in Tomball, Texas. The veteran failed the FBI’s background check because he was charged with marijuana possession — in 1971.

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Under the National Instant Criminal Background Check System, a person can be prevented from buying a gun if they have been convicted of a misdemeanor for which they could serve two or more years in prison. While in high school, Kelly was busted with a small amount of marijuana and spent one night behind bars before he was sentenced to a year of probation. Such a record, under the federal law, prohibits him from exercising his Second Amendment rights.

Kelly, a native of Durham, North Carolina, enlisted as an infantryman two years after the incident that is currently keeping him from keeping a gun in his own home. “I went on to serve 20 years,” said Kelly. He finds it “amazing” that after firing two decades worth of government ammunition, “they won’t let me buy a gun for a misdemeanor 42 years ago.”

According to the Chronicle, more than 881,000 Texans have had their backgrounds checked so far this year as they attempt to purchase firearms or explosives and Kelly is “one of the very few to be rejected.” His case, however, is an example of the failings of the FBI’s electronic system. Ironically, the actual paperwork from Kelly’s arrest is so old that courthouse officials in Durham are having difficulty locating it so that Kelly can petition his rejection.

He has since contacted Representative Michael McCaul and Senator John Cornyn for assistance in the matter. “I am ashamed of the way my government has treated me,” Kelly said. With good reason.

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Strike Updates: HK protests to demand Beijing-backed leader resign

HONG KONG (GS) — Tens of thousands of Hong Kongers took to the streets in protest Monday, demanding their widely disliked Beijing-backed leader resign and pressing for promised democratic reforms so they can choose their own top representative.

The annual protest march has become increasingly popular in recent years, underscoring the growing gulf between Hong Kong and the mainland 16 years after the city ceased to be a British colony and came back under Beijing’s control.

This year the protesters unleashed their anger at the performance of leader Leung Chun-ying, who has been beset by one controversy after another since he took office a year ago. Leung was not elected but instead picked by a committee of mostly pro-Beijing and pro-business elites.

“One person, one foot! Kick Leung Chun-ying out!” organizers told the protesters, who braved sometimes heavy rain to gather at the march’s starting point in a central park. Protesters turned out despite a Korean pop music festival and other events that critics say were aimed at distracting people from taking part.

Organizers said 880,000 turned out, while police said 660,000 took part at the event’s peak. Hong Kong University researchers put the number at 88,000-98,000. In 2003, half a million people took to the streets to rally against a proposed anti-subversion law, which shocked Beijing and played a big role in the eventual resignation of the city’s then-leader, Tung Chee-hwa.

Tens of thousands of Hong Kong residents march in a …
Tens of thousands of Hong Kong residents march in a downtown street during an annual pro-democracy protest.

Beijing has pledged to let Hong Kongers pick their leader, known as the chief executive, no earlier than 2017 and the entire legislature by 2020. But residents of the city, now a special administrative region of China, are frustrated that there have been few signs of progress on drawing up an outline and some fear that it may never happen.

“Hong Kong people have been waiting too long for universal suffrage and for building a democratic city,” said Andrew Shum of Civil Human Rights Front, the group that organized the event. “Many people feel very angry.”

Speaking at a ceremony marking Hong Kong’s return to China, Leung said that the “government will launch a consultation at an appropriate juncture” on introducing full democracy. He later told reporters the government will listen “carefully” to protesters’ demands.

Leung’s popularity slumped to near an all-time low in mid-June, according to Hong Kong University pollsters.

Soon after taking office, Leung, a self-made millionaire who trained as a property surveyor, was hit by a scandal involving illegal additions to his mansion. Soon after, he outraged parents by trying to introduce Chinese patriotism classes that many saw as brainwashing.

Protesters scuffle with police officers on a downtown …
Protesters scuffle with police officers on a downtown street during an annual pro-democracy protest.

More recently, Barry Cheung, a member of Leung’s Cabinet, was forced to step down from all his public posts after police launched an investigation into his upstart commodity exchange. Last week, Leung’s first development secretary, Mak Chai-kwong, was convicted in a rent fraud scam along with another government official.

Hong Kongers have also grown increasingly upset over stubbornly high property prices, which Leung has tried to combat with a set of cooling measures, and a growing influx of mainland Chinese visitors blamed for clearing out stocks of baby formula.

Protester K.M. Cheung, who works in the medical industry, said he thought Leung’s first year in office was a “complete failure.”

“He looks like he’s capable but he’s actually not,” the 53-year-old said, adding that he was upset because Leung was biased in favor of his own supporters and didn’t represent Hong Kong people.

Anxiety that Hong Kong will be denied full democracy has grown in recent months after Beijing officials said the city’s next leader must be acceptable to the central government, said Dixon Sing, an associate professor at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.

Protesters carry a banner featuring with Hong Kong's …
Protesters carry a banner featuring with Hong Kong’s Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying’s picture.

“This message has ignited fears that they want a pseudo democracy, rather than a genuine democracy,” Sing said.

Protesters also voiced support for a proposal calling for at least 10,000 people to peacefully block roads in Hong Kong’s central business district in July 2014 if the government fails to an outline a plan for full democracy.

Hong Kongers at the protest also worried about the erosion of the high degree of autonomy from mainland China promised until 2047. Under the city’s mini-constitution, Hong Kong enjoys rights and freedoms not seen on the mainland but many fear they will be eaten away by mainland China’s growing influence.

One group carried a large banner that read “Chinese colonists get out!”

Ivan Pang said they were fighting to maintain Hong Kong’s autonomy from Beijing.

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A protester wraps himself with a Hong Kong colonial flag during a march in a downtown street.

“They don’t want to respect our culture. They want to colonize us, they want Hong Kong to be one of the cities of China,” said Pang, a 21-year-old university graduate. “We can’t tolerate that. We want to take back control of Hong Kong.”

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The F.B.I. and MAFIA gangboss James “Whitey” Bulger Pt. 2

In 1971, the FBI, searching for reliable information in their battle against the Patriarca crime family, approached Bulger and attempted to recruit him as an informant. FBI Special Agent Dennis Condon was assigned to make the pitch. However, Condon reported that Bulger was too concerned about his own safety to start working with the FBI.[28]

Federal Bureau of Investigation surveillance photograph of Bulger (right) with enforcer Stephen Flemmi (left) c. 1980.

 

In 1974, Bulger became partners with Stephen Flemmi, an Italian American mobster and FBI informant since 1965. Although it is a documented fact that Bulger soon followed Flemmi’s example, exactly how and why continues to be debated. Special Agent John Connolly frequently boasted to his fellow agents about how he had recruited Bulger at a late night meeting at Wollaston Beach inside an FBI issue car. Connolly allegedly said that the Bureau could help in Bulger’s feud with Mafia underboss Gennaro Angiulo. After listening to the pitch, Bulger is said to have responded, “Alright, if they want to play checkers, we’ll play chess. Fuck ‘em.”[39]

Author Howie Carr alleges that Bulger had been an off-the-books informant since the 1940s. Carr dubiously claims that a teenaged Bulger worked as a male prostitute in Boston’s gay bars. Carr also claims that Bulger was blackmailed into informing after Special Agent H. Paul Rico tailed him into a gay bar. This has never been confirmed, however.

Kevin Weeks dismisses all of these claims. According to Weeks, the charismatic Bulger, “had more women than Hugh Hefner.” As for Bulger’s informant status, Weeks considers it more likely that Bulger’s partner Stephen Flemmi had betrayed him to the FBI. He writes of his belief that Bulger was caught between a rock and a hard place: supply information to the FBI or return to Federal prison.[40]

In 1997, shortly after The Boston Globe disclosed that Bulger and Flemmi had been informants, Weeks met with retired FBI Agent John Connolly, who showed him a photocopy of Bulger’s FBI informant file. In order to explain Bulger and Flemmi’s status as informants, Connolly said, “The Mafia was going against Jimmy and Stevie, so Jimmy and Stevie went against them.”[41]

According to Weeks,

As I read over the files at the Top of the Hub [restaurant] that night, Connolly kept telling me that 90 percent of the information in the files came from Stevie. Certainly Jimmy hadn’t been around the Mafia the way Stevie had. But, Connolly told me, he had to put Jimmy’s name on the files to keep his file active. As long as Jimmy was an active informant, Connolly said, he could justify meeting with Jimmy and giving him valuable information. Even after he retired, Connolly still had friends in the FBI, and he and Jimmy kept meeting to let each other know what was going on. I listened to all that, but now I understood that even though he was retired, Connolly was still getting information, as well as money, from Jimmy. As I continued to read, I could see that a lot of the reports were not just against the Italians. There were more and more names of Polish and Irish guys, of people we had done business with, of friends of mine. Whenever I came across the name of someone I knew, I would read exactly what it said about that person. I would see, over and over again, that some of these people had been arrested for crimes that were mentioned in these reports. It didn’t take long for me to realize that it had been bullshit when Connolly told me that the files hadn’t been disseminated, that they had been for his own personal use. He had been an employee of the FBI. He hadn’t worked for himself. If there was some investigation going on and his supervisor said, ‘Let me take a look at that,’ what was Connolly going to do? He had to give it up. And he obviously had. I thought about what Jimmy had always said, ‘You can lie to your wife and to your girlfriends, but not to your friends. Not to anyone we’re in business with.’ Maybe Jimmy and Stevie hadn’t lied to me. But they sure hadn’t been telling me everything.[42]

A federal judge ruled on September 5, 2006, that the mishandling of Bulger and Flemmi caused the 1984 murder of informant John McIntyre. As a result, the McIntyre family was ordered to receive more than $3 million from the U.S. Federal Government. The judge stated the FBI failed to properly supervise their own agent John Connolly (convicted and jailed in 2002) and also failed to investigate numerous allegations that Bulger and Flemmi were involved in drug trafficking, murder, and other crimes over decades.[43]

In a 2011 interview, Stephen Flemmi recalled, “Me and Whitey gave [the Feds] shit, and they gave us gold.”[30]

Winter and most of his organization’s leadership were sentenced for fixing horse races in 1979, but the FBI persuaded federal prosecutors to drop all charges against Bulger and Flemmi. Bulger and Flemmi then took over the remnants of the Winter Hill Gang and used their status as informants to eliminate competition. The information they supplied to the FBI in subsequent years was responsible for the imprisonment of several Bulger associates whom Bulger viewed as threats; however, the main victim of their relationship with the federal government was the Italian-American Patriarca crime family, which was based in Boston’s North End, and in Federal Hill, Providence. After the 1986 RICO indictment of underboss Gennaro Angiulo and his associates, the Patriarca family’s Boston operations were in shambles. Bulger and Flemmi stepped into the ensuing vacuum to take control of organized crime in the Boston area.[28]

In 1982, a South Boston cocaine dealer named Edward Brian Halloran, known on the streets as “Balloonhead,” approached the FBI and stated that he had witnessed Bulger and Flemmi murdering Louis Litif. Meanwhile, FBI agent John Connolly kept Bulger and Flemmi closely briefed on what Halloran was saying to the Bureau. According to Kevin Weeks, Bulger and Flemmi were most enraged that Halloran was falsely claiming involvement in their assassination of Tulsa, Oklahoma businessman Roger Wheeler. Ultimately, the FBI discovered Halloran’s falsehoods and refused him and his family a place in the Witness Protection Program. Soon after, on May 11, 1982, Bulger, Flemmi and Weeks were tipped off that Halloran had returned to South Boston.

After arriving at the scene, Kevin Weeks staked out Anthony’s Pier 4 Restaurant, where Halloran was dining. Michael Donahue of Dorchester, a construction worker, neighbor, and friend of Halloran, incidentally ran into him at the restaurant. In a decision that would prove costly, Donahue offered Halloran a ride home.

As Donahue and Halloran drove out of the parking lot, Weeks signaled Bulger by stating, “The balloon is in the air”, over a hand held radio. Bulger drove up with a masked man armed with a silenced Mac 10; Bulger himself carried a .30 caliber carbine. Bulger, wearing a floppy hat and a long haired wig, and the other shooter opened fire and sprayed Halloran and Donahue’s car with bullets. Donahue was shot in the head and killed instantly. Halloran lived long enough to identify his attacker as James Flynn, a Winter Hill associate, who was later tried and acquitted. Flynn remained the prime suspect until 1999, when Weeks agreed to cooperate with investigators and identified Bulger as one of the shooters. Stephen Flemmi has identified the second shooter as Mullen Gang leader Patrick Nee. Nee denies the allegation and no charges have yet been filed.

Throughout the 1980s, Bulger, Flemmi and Weeks ran shakedowns throughout eastern Massachusetts, e.g., extortion, loansharking, bookmaking, truck hijackings and arms trafficking. State and federal agencies were repeatedly stymied in their attempts to build cases against Bulger and his inner circle. This was caused by several factors. Among them was the trio’s paranoid fear of wiretaps, South Boston’s code of silence, and also corruption within the Boston Police Department, the Massachusetts State Police, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Although disgraced FBI agent John Connolly has long been Bulger’s most infamous friend in law enforcement, Kevin Weeks has insisted that Lieutenant Richard J. Schneiderhan was valued far more highly. According to Weeks, this was because Schneiderhan was the Winter Hill Gang‘s only source inside the Massachusetts State Police.[52][53]

In the summer of 1991, Bulger and three friends came into possession of the winning Massachusetts Lottery ticket, which had been bought at a store he owned. The four men shared a prize of around $14 million.[58]

In April 1994, a joint task force of the DEA, the Massachusetts State Police, and the Boston Police Department launched a probe of Bulger’s gambling operations. The FBI, by this time considered compromised, was not informed. After a number of bookmakers agreed to testify to having paid protection money to Bulger, a Federal case was built against him under the RICO Act.

He 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 (UK) and Venice. In December 1994, Bulger was informed by retired FBI Agent John Connolly that sealed indictments had come from the Department of Justice and that the FBI were due to make arrests during the Christmas season. In response, Bulger fled Boston on December 23, 1994, accompanied by his common law wife, Theresa Stanley.[60]

On November 17, 1999, Weeks was arrested by a combined force of the DEA and the Massachusetts State Police. Although by this time he was aware of Bulger’s FBI deal, Weeks 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 crime family. The wiseguy 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.”[64]

In the aftermath, Weeks decided to cut a deal with federal prosecutors, and revealed where almost every penny and body was buried.
 

In 2010, the FBI turned its focus to Victoria, British Columbia, on Vancouver Island.[67] In pursuit of Bulger, a known book lover, the FBI visited bookstores in the area, questioned employees, and distributed wanted posters.[67][68] Following his arrest, Bulger revealed that he had in fact traveled frequently. Also following his arrest, it was clear that he had not been reclusive, witnesses coming forward to say they had seen him on the Santa Monica Pier and elsewhere in southern California.[69] A confirmed report by an off-duty Boston police officer after a San Diego screening of The Departed also led to a search in Southern California that lasted “a few weeks”.[70]

After sixteen years at large and twelve years on the FBI Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list, Bulger was arrested in Santa Monica, California, on June 22, 2011.[71][72][73][74]

Bulger has two younger brothers, William Michael Bulger (born 1934) and John P. Bulger (born 1938).

Senator William “Billy” Bulger is a Korean War veteran and formerly an influential leader of the Democratic Party in Massachusetts. In a long political career, Senator Bulger rose to become President of the Massachusetts State Senate. After his retirement he was appointed President of the University of Massachusetts system.

In 2002, testimony before the United States Congress, Senator Bulger was grilled by legislators from both parties. When asked what he thought his brother did for a living, Senator Bulger responded:

“I had the feeling that he was in the business of gaming and  . . . or whatever. It was vague to me, illegal but I didn’t  . . . not all that violent  . . . For a long while, he had some regular jobs, but ultimately it was clear that he was not, he wasn’t doing what I’d like him to do. Let’s just say I was naive in retrospect.”

Senator Bulger added that he loves his brother and hoped the most brutal allegations concerning him will be proven false. In addition, he grudgingly admitted to visiting an isolated pay phone in order to speak to his older brother, who was by then a fugitive. In 2003, as a direct result of these comments, Senator Bulger was forced by then-Governor of Massachusetts Mitt Romney to resign from the presidency of the University of Massachusetts.[100]

Judge John “Jackie” Bulger, a retired Massachusetts court clerk magistrate, was convicted in April 2003, of perjury to two grand juries regarding sworn statements he gave concerning contacts with his fugitive brother.[101]

Alleged murder victims

Murder trial

On June 12, 2013 Bulger went on trial for these nineteen murders.[21][115]

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