The jailhouse murder of ‘Whitey’ Bulger is linked to former G-man and alleged Trump saboteur Mueller.
- Boston hoodlum Whitey Bulger was caught in 2011 after 16 years on the run.
- Last week he was whacked in a high security prison in West Virginia.
- The consensus is he was murdered because he was about to blow the whistle on certain FBI officials.
- Like, various news reports suggest, former FBI director Robert Mueller who currently is heading a two-year-long ‘witch hunt’ against President Trump and not found a shred of criminality against him.
Mueller is said to have played a prominent role in Bulger getting away with racketeering and murder for many years, and stood to gain — or at least not be exposed — from the Bulger murder, according to the news reports.
With the death of Whitey Bulger, Mueller is able to erase much of his criminal associations with the Boston mafia, the reports say. ‘The evidence is overwhelming.’
And yet Mueller continues to conduct his bogus ‘Russian collusion’ investigation with the generally accepted sole purpose of bringing down the President of the United States — an outrageous travesty of justice indeed.
ONE OF THE GREAT SCANDALS IN JUDICIAL HISTORY
Famed Attorney Alan Dershowitz blasted the so-called “integrity” of ‘Special Prosecutor’ Mueller in an interview with Newsmax:
He’s the guy who kept four innocent people in prison for many years in order to protect the cover of Whitey Bulger as an FBI informer. Those of us in Boston don’t have such a high regard for Mueller because we remember this story. The government had to pay out tens of millions of dollars because Whitey Bulger, a notorious mass murderer, became a government informer against the mafia . . .
And that’s regarded in Boston of one of the great scandals of modern judicial history. And Mueller was right at the center of it. So, he is not without criticism by people who know him in Boston.
MUELLER AND THE BOSTON MAFIA
Boston Globe columnist Kevin Cullen wrote about Mueller’s cover-up of Bulger in an article entitled, A lingering question for the FBI Director.
Investigative journalist Sarah Carter’s blog, Questions Still Surround Robert Mueller’s Boston Past, raises legal concerns regarding Mueller’s past, namely, to The Whitey Bulger FBI Mob Case.
The New American article, FBI Covering for Criminals, reveals that Bulger as his gang of Irish Mafia carried out a reign of murderous terror under the protection of the FBI, which was under the direction of then U.S. Attorney to Boston Robert Mueller. The cover-up continued after Mueller was appointed FBI Director.
Republican Congressman Louie Gohmert of Texas has published a 48-page report called ‘Robert Mueller Unmasked’ to expose the Special Counsel’s decades of corruption.
In the extensive report, Gohmert covered Mueller’s shady past of helping mobster Whitey Bulger by eliminating mob competitors.
INVESTIGATIONS FOILED BY FBI
Investigations into the gang by Massachusetts state and local police were foiled year after year by FBI interference, with Mueller calling the shots.
FBI Special Agent John Connolly, and John Morris, who was in charge of the FBI’s Boston Organized Crime Squad, were Bulger’s protectors and would tip him off to investigations and wiretaps by other police agencies.
MOVIE ‘THE DEPARTED’ TOLD THE STORY
The corruption was so well known that Martin Scorcese made a 2006 film about the case called ‘The Departed,’ starring Jack Nicholson, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Matt Damon.
In the end, G-man Connolly tipped off Bulger that he was about to be arrested. The rest is history. Bulger escaped justice for 16 years. When he was finally caught, in 2011, he was convicted of 32 counts of racketeering, including 19 murders. ‘This is the monster.’ the reports concur, ‘that Mueller’s FBI was protecting.’
While Bulger was on the run, his FBI partners in crime, Connolly and Morris, were arrested and indicted. Connolly was convicted in 2008 for his role in the murders of FBI informant John B. Callahan and Oklahoma businessman Roger Wheeler.
Connolly’s boss, John Morris, who reported directly to Mueller, was allowed to escape jail by testifying against his former colleague in crime.