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Overview[ edit ] According to the FBIBulger served as a confidential informant for the Bureau beginning ina claim Bulger denies. For the FBI especially, this caused great embarrassment. For sixteen years, he remained at large. Arrested with him was his long-time girlfriend Catherine Greig.
Bulger was 81 years old at the time. Greig pleaded guilty to conspiracy to harbor a fugitive, identity fraud, and conspiracy to commit identity fraud and was sentenced to eight years in prison in June Bulger did not seek bail and remained in custody at the Plymouth County House of Correction in PlymouthMassachusetts.
District Judge Denise Casper. After settling in EverettMassachusetts, James Sr. The elder Bulger worked as a union laborer and occasional longshoreman ; he lost his arm in an industrial accident : Bulger, excelled at school; James Bulger Jr.
Early in his criminal career, local police gave Bulger the nickname "Whitey" because of his blond hair. Bulger hated the name; he preferred to be called "Jim", "Jimmy", or even "Boots". The last nickname came from his habit of wearing cowboy boots—and his fondness for hiding a switchblade in said boots.
However, the nickname "Whitey" stuck. Early criminal career[ edit ] Bulger developed a reputation as a thief and street fighter fiercely loyal to South Boston.
This led to his meeting more experienced criminals and finding more lucrative opportunities. Infourteen-year-old Bulger was arrested and charged with larceny.
He was sentenced to a juvenile reformatory for these crimes. Air Forcewhere his character continued to show. He spent time in the military prison for several assaults. He was later arrested by Air Force police in for going absent without leave. Nevertheless, he received an honorable discharge in and returned to Massachusetts.
InBulger served his first term in federal prison when he was sentenced to time in Atlanta Penitentiary for armed robbery and truck hijacking. For 18 months, Bulger and eighteen other inmates, all of whom had volunteered in return for reduced sentences, were given LSD and other drugs.
He became a close friend of fellow inmate Clarence Carnesa. He would not be arrested again, let alone spend a day in jail, for 46 years. A gang war soon resulted, leading to a string of killings throughout Boston and the surrounding suburbs.
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