Mind Control Whitey Bulger: The Making of a Monster
7 Decades, Living a Life of Crime
Alexandra BruceSeptember 11, 2014
To say that “Whitey” Bulger lived a life of crime would be an understatement. By the age of 14, he’s already an established thief and street fighter and was arrested for Larceny. He was a member of a street gang known as the “Shamrocks” and would again be arrested for assault, battery and armed robbery and sentenced to a juvenile reformatory.
After his first adult incarceration at 26, when he was sentenced to 20 years for armed robbery and hijacking, while working for the Irish Mob of the Southie district of Boston, MA, he agreed to participate in MK Ultra experiments, in exchange for a reduction of his sentence. He was let out after serving only 9 of his 20-year sentence, mainly due to the influence of his younger brother, Billy Bulger who was then the President of the Massachusetts Senate. Returning to Southie, to work for the Irish Mob, Whitey became an FBI informant while the police looked the other way, as to his other activities for over 20 years, some of which likely included gangland cooperation with the CIA mind-control program that promoted child-sex as a means of ensuring obedience and political blackmail.
As Hong Kong-Based journalist, Yoichi Shimatsu, an expert on the topic of child sex slavery, wrote in December 2012:
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