A convicted mob hitman is reportedly being eyed as the person behind the vicious prison beating death of notorious Boston gangster James “Whitey” Bulger. - Bulger, 89, was found unresponsive around 8:20 a.m. Tuesday morning at USP Hazelton in Bruceton Mills, W.Va., where he’d been in custody since Monday, the Bureau of Prisons said in a statement. He was recently moved from a prison in Florida and had a stop in Oklahoma City before moving to the high-security facility in West Virginia. - Bulger had been attacked by three men in the general population sector of the prison, according to TMZ. One of the men used a lock tucked into a sock as a weapon and the group attempted to gouge the gangster’s eyes out and cut out his tongue, the gossip site reported, citing a source. His death was being treated as a suspected homicide. - While no suspects have been officially named, the Boston Globe reported Fotios “Freddy” Geas was being looked at as the man behind Bulger’s death. - Geas, 51, has been serving a life sentence at USP Hazelton since 2015. He was among the group convicted in the 2003 murders of Massachusetts mob boss Adolfo “Big Al” Bruno and his associate Gary Westerman. He was also tied to the shooting of a New York union boss in the same year, Mass Live reported. 📰 • 👣| Follow us for more @mafiachronicles 🍊 - 🗣RollingStone.com🗯 • ▲ #mafia #mob #mobster #mobties #og #gangster #gangsters #wiseguys #whiteybulger #mobbedup #thegodfather #goodfellas #truecrime #bossman #standupguy #bossup #savage #bossshit #gangsta #swagger #omerta #squadgoals #cosanostra #mindsetmafia #organizedcrime #bosslife #popculture #boss #mafiachronicles #thegoat

  • A convicted mob hitman is reportedly being eyed as the person behind the vicious prison beating death of notorious Boston gangster James “Whitey” Bulger. - Bulger, 89, was found unresponsive around 8:20 a.m. Tuesday morning at USP Hazelton in Bruceton Mills, W.Va., where he’d been in custody since Monday, the Bureau of Prisons said in a statement. He was recently moved from a prison in Florida and had a stop in Oklahoma City before moving to the high-security facility in West Virginia. - Bulger had been attacked by three men in the general population sector of the prison, according to TMZ. One of the men used a lock tucked into a sock as a weapon and the group attempted to gouge the gangster’s eyes out and cut out his tongue, the gossip site reported, citing a source. His death was being treated as a suspected homicide. - While no suspects have been officially named, the Boston Globe reported Fotios “Freddy” Geas was being looked at as the man behind Bulger’s death. - Geas, 51, has been serving a life sentence at USP Hazelton since 2015. He was among the group convicted in the 2003 murders of Massachusetts mob boss Adolfo “Big Al” Bruno and his associate Gary Westerman. He was also tied to the shooting of a New York union boss in the same year, Mass Live reported. 📰 • 👣| Follow us for more @mafiachronicles 🍊 - 🗣RollingStone.com🗯 • ▲ #mafia #mob #mobster #mobties #og #gangster #gangsters #wiseguys #whiteybulger #mobbedup #thegodfather #goodfellas #truecrime #bossman #standupguy #bossup #savage #bossshit #gangsta #swagger #omerta #squadgoals #cosanostra #mindsetmafia #organizedcrime #bosslife #popculture #boss #mafiachronicles #thegoat
  • 2018-10-31 08:36:36

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