The infamous Boston gangster & # 39; Whitey & # 39; Bulger was a huge Trump fan and was delighted about him in 75 prison letters

James & # 39; Whitey & # 39; Bulger was delighted with President Donald Trump and told of his aversion to Robert Mueller in prison letters to a judge of his court case in 2013, where he was found guilty on 31 points, including extortion money and eleven murders.

Bulger was killed at 89 am in October 2018 after being transferred to a West Virginia prison.

But nurse Janet Uhlar communicated over the years with the Boston criminal and he opened to show support for the unconventional approach to public communication by the American leader.

& # 39; Trump is tough and fighting back instead of bowing to pressure – and diving in! & # 39; Bulger wrote in August 2018, according to letters from NBC News. & # 39; US. Agrees with him that the press is attacking and his response is increasing his popularity – he has my vote so far. & # 39;

In another letter earlier that month, Bulger said that he believes that & # 39; China respects him and hesitates to tease him & # 39; and adds: & # 39; History can show that Trump was the man of the hour. & # 39;

James & # 39; Whitey & # 39; Bulger was excited in prison letters about President Donald Trump

Whitey is shown on a booking photo of the American Marshals service on June 23, 2011

Whitey is shown on a booking photo of the American Marshals service on June 23, 2011

James & # 39; Whitey & # 39; Bulger (right on June 23, 2011) raged about President Donald Trump (left) in prison letters before he died in October 2018

Bulger also spoke of his dislike for Robert Mueller (left December 1986) who was an assistant prosecutor in Boston and then headed the FBI, which Bulger did not trust after the agency claimed he was an informer for them

Bulger also spoke of his dislike for Robert Mueller (left December 1986) who was an assistant prosecutor in Boston and then headed the FBI, which Bulger did not trust after the agency claimed he was an informer for them

Bulger also spoke of his dislike for Robert Mueller (left December 1986) who was an assistant prosecutor in Boston and then headed the FBI, which Bulger did not trust after the agency claimed he was an informer for them

Despite being sentenced to two consecutive life sentences, he showed sympathy for Trump – who later turned out he had not been with the Russians in his 2016 election campaign – according to the outcome of the Robert Mueller report.

& # 39; I am sorry to hear that so many people are blocking Trump, & # 39; Bulger wrote in August.

Bulger detailed in his note to Uhlar – who says she felt compelled to hear the man from the imprisoned side after the government worked with gangsters to get him convicted – that others who wrote him were shocked to hear his political views.

Bulger wrote to nurse Janet Uhlar - a jury member of his 2013 case - and author of the book The Truth Be Damned from February 2018, which deals with his case

Bulger wrote to nurse Janet Uhlar - a jury member of his 2013 case - and author of the book The Truth Be Damned from February 2018, which deals with his case

Bulger wrote to nurse Janet Uhlar – a jury member of his 2013 case – and author of the book The Truth Be Damned from February 2018, which deals with his case

& # 39; Sometimes I get strange mail – a grandmother from Kansas – hates Trump for him & # 39; accused & # 39; wants to have, & # 39; Bulger wrote on one occasion. & # 39; Does she assume I hate him? Why because I am in prison? & # 39;

Bulger even noted how he felt about Trump's intimate relationship with the First Lady.

Despite allegations, POTUS has rewarded women – including porn star Stormy Daniels – to remain silent about his sexual escapades while getting married, but Bulger is not unfaithful to Trump.

& # 39; I bet he is happy with the current woman and settles down, & # 39; Bulger wrote. & # 39; No way would he end up in Oval Office with a Monica Lewinsky – that was a scandal! The same media that attack Trump would cover up Bill Clinton. & # 39;

The press claiming to have invented the controversial stories the American president is mentioned in, seemed to suggest that Trump's media friends were much more reliable sources when it came to news about him.

& # 39; Trump is lucky to have loyalty from (conservative commentator Bill Cunningham), Rush Limbaugh + Hannity AKA & # 39; Little Rush & # 39;, & # 39; Bulger continued.

& # 39; Wonder if Mueller thinks of me? Give my regards to the president! & # 39;

Mueller was an assistant prosecutor in the 1980s and then led the FBI at a time when Bulger – the brother of the Massachusetts president, William Bulger – was an informant.

Bulger denied that, as did the claim that he had killed women in 75 letters in five years.

Bulger wrote in August that he was & # 39; sorry to hear that so many people are boxing Trump & # 39;

Bulger wrote in August that he was & # 39; sorry to hear that so many people are boxing Trump & # 39;

Bulger wrote in August that he was & # 39; sorry to hear that so many people are boxing Trump & # 39;

Bulger signed a letter: & # 39; Wonder if Mueller is thinking of me? Give my regards to the president! & # 39;

Bulger signed a letter: & # 39; Wonder if Mueller is thinking of me? Give my regards to the president! & # 39;

Bulger signed a letter: & # 39; Wonder if Mueller is thinking of me? Give my regards to the president! & # 39;

In 2016 Bulger Uhlar sent a Christmas card, designed by his niece and with his mugshot

In 2016 Bulger Uhlar sent a Christmas card, designed by his niece and with his mugshot

In 2016 Bulger Uhlar sent a Christmas card, designed by his niece and with his mugshot

In a note to Uhlar from September 2013 it said: & # 39; I don't trust prosecutors, judges, jury members, FBI agents, CIA … & # 39;

Uhlar – who lives on Cape Cod – published the book The Truth Be Damned in February 2018 about his trial.

& # 39; Trump experiences what Mueller and the company can orchestrate & # 39 ;, Bulger said in another letter from September 2018. & # 39; (Mueller) should follow the biblical saying: & # 39; Let he who is without sin cast the first stone & # 39;. & # 39;

Bulger claims that he got LSD in prison in the 1950s as part of an experiment that brought him long-standing hallucinations and & # 39; nightmares & # 39; yielded

Bulger claims that he got LSD in prison in the 1950s as part of an experiment that brought him long-standing hallucinations and & # 39; nightmares & # 39; yielded

Bulger claims that he got LSD in prison in the 1950s as part of an experiment that brought him long-standing hallucinations and & # 39; nightmares & # 39; yielded

The following month Bulger was 89 when he was fatally fucked with a lock filled in a sock just 12 hours after arriving at Hazelton Federal Prison in Bruceton Mills, West Virginia from a Florida branch and placed in the general population. Two other prisoners are suspected, although no charges have been filed.

Bulger demanded LSD injections that he received in the 1950s as part of a prison experiment, and left him for years with hallucinations and & # 39; nightmares & # 39 ;.

He claimed to suffer from insomnia in the letters, but also said & # 39; all times that i sleep or sleep deeply & # 39 ;.

Others involved in the program prosecuted the CIA who confirmed that it was happening in the 1970s, but lost their case from the 1980s because of the statute of limitations.

NBC News reports that a US official said that Bulger probably volunteered to participate in the code name program he was referring to when he encountered the issues as a & # 39; gift from CIA MK Ultra & # 39; called.

Bulger is said to have had eight heart attacks and used medication and used extra oxygen to help.

An American official said that Bulger probably volunteered to participate in the code-named program he was referring to when he found the issues a & # 39; gift from CIA MK Ultra & # 39; mentioned, but Uhlar wonders: & # 39; Has our own government killed him? & # 39;

An American official said that Bulger probably volunteered to participate in the code-named program he was referring to when he found the issues a & # 39; gift from CIA MK Ultra & # 39; mentioned, but Uhlar wonders: & # 39; Has our own government killed him? & # 39;

An American official said that Bulger probably volunteered to participate in the code-named program he was referring to when he found the issues a & # 39; mentioned, but Uhlar wonders: & # 39; Has our own government killed him? & # 39;

He told Uhlar last August – who visited him three times in person – he thinks the grim reaper & # 39; just a few steps behind & # 39; is, he opened: & # 39; I still get chest pain after eating meals when I lie down – have to take nitro and hope this is not & # 39; No. 9. & # 39; & # 39;

& # 39; Has our own government killed him? & # 39; Uhlar told NBC News. & # 39; What could happen to him if they had not been subjected to the LSD for so long? & # 39;

Although Uhlar admitted that she found him funny, compassionate and considerate, his bad side was also reflected in the letters.

She claimed that he had admitted to murders and other crimes for which he was never charged.

& # 39; He is a criminal and he reminded me regularly. He didn't want me to lose sight of that, & Uhlar said.

Uhlar asked about Bulger: & # 39; What could happen to him if they hadn't subjected him to the LSD for so long? & # 39;

Uhlar asked about Bulger: & # 39; What could happen to him if they hadn't subjected him to the LSD for so long? & # 39;

Uhlar asked about Bulger: & # 39; What could happen to him if they hadn't subjected him to the LSD for so long? & # 39;

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