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Whitey Bulger's capture — The "60 Minutes" report

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In letters, Whitey Bulger fondly recalled old days, Alcatraz



BOSTON (AP) — Locked up for life after 16 years on the run, murderous Boston gang boss James "Whitey" Bulger couldn't stand how much the world around him had changed.

Prison was nothing like his days at Alcatraz, with its "great view" and clear-cut rules, Bulger said. And the former Irish Catholic stronghold of South Boston he once terrorized was now filled with "rich college kids living in expensive condos."

"World has changed ... everything different, even the neighborhood," Bulger wrote to a friend he met in the lockup in newly public letters.

The letters, which are being auctioned Sunday, provide a glimpse into the once powerful and feared gangster's mundane life behind bars before he was beaten to death by fellow inmates last year. Bulger wrote about the little excitements of prison life — "tonight we had an ice cream cone!" — and his treatment by other inmates.

"Almost every time I'm going anywhere, guys ask "hey old timer, want a push" ... or just grab handles and start pushing," Bulger wrote in a letter postmarked in February 2015. "One advantage is we can go in the front of chow line if in wheelchair."

Authorities have said two Massachusetts mobsters are under investigation for 89-year-old Bulger's killing, but no one has been charged. His death hours after he was transferred to a troubled West Virginia prison has raised questions about why the known "snitch" was placed in the general population instead of more protective housing.

Bulger ratted on the New England mob to the FBI, authorities said, though he insisted throughout his trial that he wasn't an informant but was actually paying the FBI for the scoop on his enemies.

The auction house got the letters from a man who says he became friends with Bulger when the geriatric gangster was briefly held at a federal lockup in Brooklyn after being convicted in 2013 of participating in 11 murders, among other crimes.

That man, Timothy Glass, said he took Bulger under his wing, and they bonded over their criminal pasts. Glass recalled how Bulger would sign autographs for inmates who asked but had a tendency to give a "death stare" to guys he didn't like.

"I was like, 'this guy is a stone-cold killer at like 80 years old.' It was wild," Glass, 55, told The Associated Press.

Glass was locked up on robbery and other charges when he met Bulger after spending more than a decade in New York state prison for separate crimes, he said. Inmates weren't allowed to write to one another, so after Bulger was transferred to a different prison, Bulger would send the letters to a friend on the outside, who would get them to Glass, he said.

In the letters, Bulger complained about the cost of books ("$32 for the book!"), the cold weather ("All the liberals like VP Gore made a fortune with his scaring people with talk of 'planet warming''') and the media, which he called "part of and parcel of the corruption instead of society 'watchdogs.'"

He grumbled about his trial, slammed prosecutors for deals they made with his former friends and promised his appeal would "create quite a stir." He also bemoaned what he saw as the unfair treatment of his longtime girlfriend Catherine Grieg, who was sentenced to eight years for helping Bulger avoid capture.

"I played a rough game and accepted the rough treatment. But feel Catherine was treated too harshly," Bulger wrote.

He talked longingly about his time at "The Rock" — Alcatraz — where the rules were "plain and understood" and inmates were allowed at Christmastime to buy chocolate, which they would share with prisoners who weren't supposed to have candy.

"Here, 'they,' the 'inmates,' would sell you chocolate! Back then no one ever looked to make a profit on another convict," he wrote. "I look back at those years and place with nostalgia. It's all gone."

Tucked into some of the letters were pictures of Bulger as a young man or Alcatraz. On the back of one of the photo — a mugshot taken in 1965, the year Bulger was released from prison and returned to South Boston — he scribbled: "the good old days."

With another letter, Bulger included a holiday card that he apparently made in 2015 with the message in gold script: "Wishing you peace & cheer in the New Year." Next to the cheery greeting is Bulger's Alcatraz mugshot, his eyes piercing blue eyes narrowed and brows furrowed.


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Mafia hitman suspected of killing Whitey Bulger

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A federal prison in West Virginia is on lockdown as the search continues for whoever killed notorious mobster Whitey Bulger.

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John Wayne Gacy, Jr. (March 17, 1942 -- May 10, 1994) was an American serial killer and rapist who sexually assaulted and murdered at least 33 teenage boys and young men between 1972 and 1978. Gacy buried 26 of his victims in the crawl space of his home, buried three others elsewhere on his property, and discarded the remains of his last four known victims in a nearby river. He was convicted of 33 murders and sentenced to death for 12 of these killings. He was executed in May 1994.

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Guards allow amateur cop interrogator named Geraldo an hour with HIPPIE Charles Manson. Despite repeatedly calling Manson names and telling thim that he is an evil murderer he is unable to get him to admit he ordered anyone to do anything and is asked by Manson "where do you get these ideas"? Apparently this guy Manson was so charismatic back in the day that foxy chicks and dudes were so crazy about having a chance to live on his "ranch" that did whatever he suggested. Like kill movie star people. And he never even left the ranch? "did you bring the guitar?"

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Manson, deemed responsible for a murderous rampage in 1969 that left seven people dead, died of natural causes, according to California prison officials.

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Shelly Miscavige is the wife of Scientology leader David Miscavige, the high priestess of Scientology who vanished 13 years ago.

60 Minutes investigate into the missing Queen’s whereabouts and speak to the former Scientologist’s who want answers.

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7 Most Infamous Alcatraz Inmates

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Most infamous Alcatraz inmates.

This penitentiary was considered the most secure prison in the world until it's closing.

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Number 7 George Kelly Many suspect that his wife Kathryn was the one who facilitated his rise to become public enemy number one.

Kathryn was an expert at marketing her husband to the public and underground circles.

The two were inseparable, enjoyed a lavish lifestyle and thrived in the world together. Kelly performed successful in Texas and Mississippi, which, some believe, had been orchestrated by Kathryn.

While on Alcatraz, Kelly was reportedly considered a model by the warden and he even worked as an altar boy. Number 6 James Bulger Unlike the other inmates on this list, James Bulger seemed to have actually enjoyed his time there. While writing to Alcatraz historian Michael Esslinger, Bulger wrote “If I could choose my epitaph on my tombstone, it would be ‘I’d rather be in Alcatraz’.”

 Bulger was unlike most. Alcatraz would only be a stepping stone in Bulger’s career. After the prison closed in 1963, he served the rest of his term at Leavenworth.

After his release in 1965, Bulger would become a major player in Boston’s underground. He was finally apprehended while living under an assumed identity in Santa Monica, California. Number 5 Roy Gardner Roy Gardner may not share the same level of fame as others on this list but this is mainly because he worked alone. Much like the outlaws of the Old West, Gardner primarily targeted trains. He was nicknamed the ‘King of the Escape Artists’.

Gardner once jumped from a moving train. In 1934, Gardner was transferred to Alcatraz which he would later describe as the ‘toughest, hardest place in the world’. Gardner would publish an autobiography called ‘Hellcatraz-The Rock of Despair’.

Number 4 Alvin Karpis Alvin ‘Creepy’ Karpis, who reportedly earned the nickname from his smile, spent more years on Alcatraz than any other person.

Aside from Karpis and the Barker brothers, Doc and Fred, it included around 25 other members. Karpis reportedly had a photographic memory and genius-level IQ and even Fred described him as ‘super smart’.

Number 3 Frank Morris and the Anglin Brothers The fate of Frank Morris and the Anglin Brothers has been the subject of speculation and urban legends but nobody knows for sure what happened to them after 1962.

It was Morris, in fact, who orchestrated it after the Anglin brothers were placed in a cell adjacent to his.

The men worked on it for nine months. They fashioned a raft out of 50 stolen raincoats, which they sealed together with heat from the steam pipes under their cells.

They made decoy heads from toilet paper, soap and a homemade cement mix, which they decorated with human hair. On June 11, the three men crawled out of the back of their cells, took the raft and made their way to the roof.

They climbed down the wall into the bay and set off to nearby Angel Island. Number 2 Al Capone One of the most famous of all time, Alphonse ‘Al’ Capone made a fortune during Prohibition-era Chicago.

At the height of his empire, Capone was making around $60 million a year. He wore double-breasted suits, diamond rings and drove an armored Cadillac.

 Capone loved the attention he received from the press, which portrayed him as a type of Robin Hood, an image that he relished in. He would donate a percentage of his money to charity and even opened a soup kitchen in Chicago. His immense wealth enabled him to manipulate the system in order to secure a comfortable life for himself on the inside. That was until he was transferred in August 1934.

During his 4 and a half stint on The Rock, Capone was treated like every other man. Number 1 Robert Stroud Robert Stroud, better known as the ‘Birdman of Alcatraz’ was probably the most famous inmate.

During his 30-years at Leavenworth, Stroud developed a keen interest in canaries and raised almost 300 birds in there. He even authored two books on canaries and their health, after careful study of their habits and physiology. He was transferred to Alcatraz in 1942, where he spent the last seventeen years of his life.

After the movie ‘Birdman of Alcatraz’ came out, in which Burt Lancaster portrayed Stroud as a humane and mild-mannered person, many people petitioned for his release.

Stroud was never allowed to see the movie, which earned Lancaster an Oscar nomination

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Criminal psychopath Wayne scored 40/40 on the Psychopathy Checklist

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ONLY Wayne's screen time and mentions in the Channel 4 documentary 'Psychopath' (2000), per request. Wayne is a versatile criminal with convictions for murder (of his own brother) and the sexual abuse of three children. He achieved the "extremely rare" score of 40/40 on the PCL-R.

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Mark 'Chopper' Read's final interview: Every confession | 60 Minutes Australia

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Just 16 days before he died, Tara Brown sat down with Mark ‘Chopper’ Read for his last ever interview.

It quickly became a confessional in which he admitted in graphic detail to murdering four men

 Beyond the brutal killings, what made his admissions so chilling was his flippancy and utter lack of remorse.

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Up Close and Personal with a Killer When I was finally admitted into the bowels of Trenton State Prison in New Jersey's capital to interview multiple murderer Richard Kuklinski, a.k.a. "the Iceman," it wasn't at all what I had expected.

My assumption was that it would be like the movies. We'd be separated by a shatter-proof glass barrier.

 We'd communicate through telephone handsets.

There would be guards all around watching our every move. But I couldn't have been more wrong. Clarice Starling had more protection when she visited Dr. Hannibal "the Cannibal" Lector in The Silence of the Lambs.

At least she had bars. And frankly, as a killer, Lector was downright crude compared to the stealth and skullduggery of the Iceman.

 Lector liked to bite; Kuklinski preferred a cyanide solution administered from a nasal spray bottle.

 A surprise spritz to the face usually produced a shocked inhalation from the victim, who as a result would die in under a minute.

And unless the body was found right away and a savvy medical examiner knew what to look for, the poison would go undetected because cyanide naturally dissipates in the body after two hours.

But cyanide was only one of the things I was thinking about on the morning of January 16, 1992, when I arrived for my date with the Iceman

The Iceman Tapes - Conversations with a Killer (part 2)

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Richard Leonard "The Iceman" Kuklinski (April 11, 1935 -- March 5, 2006) was an American mass murderer who was convicted for three murders. Kuklinski was given the nickname "Iceman" for his method of freezing a victim to confuse the time of death. The 6'5" (196 cm), 300 pound (135 kg) Kuklinski lived with his wife and children in the suburb of Dumont, New Jersey prior to his arrest. His family was apparently unaware of Kuklinski's double life and crimes. A New Jersey Police task force was formed after Kuklinski was suspected of two murders. A year-long undercover investigation led to his arrest. Kuklinski claimed to be a contract killer for Newark's DeCavalcante crime family and New York City's Five Families of the American Mafia. After his murder convictions, Kuklinski took part in a number of interviews during which he claimed to have murdered from over 100[3] to 250 men (his recollections varied) between 1948 and 1986. Three documentaries, two biographies and a feature film have been produced on Kuklinski based on his interviews and the results of the task force that brought Kuklinski to justice. His claims have not been substantiated and crime family members dispute his role in any contract killings. In this video, Kuklinski asks the psychologist about himself, "What do you think about me? Anything good, bad or indifferent?" The psychologist analyzes Kuklinski and comes up with multiple thoughts as to why Kuklinski was a successful contract killer.

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Richard Leonard Kuklinski [April 11, 1935 – March 5, 2006] was an American contract killer who was convicted for several murders.

After his arrest Kuklinski was given the nickname "Iceman" for his method of freezing a victim to mask the time of death

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BTK killer Dennis Rader gave a dramatic, televised confession on June 27, 2005 in which he described killing 10 people.

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About ten minutes into this confession, they should of just stopped him, took him out in back and shot him in the head.

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He is talking about murder like someone asked him about how he made a cake.

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The moral is this: if you are attacked determine instantly to get away or die fighting.

NEVER EVER allow yourself to be abducted or tied up to avoid violence because the moment you do then you are dead already.

Attackers are cowards looking for victims, don't be one, they are never looking for a fight and half he time if you give them one they will flee for their lives.

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The daughter of Wichita’s notorious serial killer breaks her silence in an exclusive local interview with Susan Peters.


I wish the interviewer hadn't interrupted when the daughter started sharing some interesting information about her dad occasionally being abusive, and that "he was a temperamental man". 

(35:00) 99% of interviews I see are frustrating for this very reason - Media interviewers should take lessons in strategic interviewing, from law enforcement.

They know when silence is more productive than blabbering some more stupid questions.

I guess it's because many TV personalities actually want the spotlight on themselves. 

That said, Kerri has a lot to say that is worth listening to. She's honest & not trying to manipulate or curry favor.

 I believe it's usually faith that can give one that clarity, light and strength.

God bless you & yours, Kerri.

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I don't think it's fair for her to bear responsibility for the things her father did.

 This is not her fault.

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She may have been his final victim. Her suffering is very real. Poor girl.

 I cannot imagine how she lives with this. Hugs to you Kerry.

BTK killer responds to daughter’s tell-all book

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The daughter of a notorious Kansas serial killer is ready to tell the story of how her father’s crimes shocked her family.

No Escape: Prison Rape in America - The Rules of the Game: Prison Rape and Reform

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New prison project on Kickstarter : 10 years after making these films on prison rape, I am directing another film that is about this and worse:

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