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Boston Gangster ‘Whitey’ Bulger Beaten To Death Behind Bars

Tough guy spent his final years complaining about treatment by guards!

“Whitey” Bulger, the notorious Boston gangster played by Johnny Depp in a major motion picture, was murdered in a West Virginia prison shortly after being transferred from a Florida prison — where he had been whining about guards putting him through “sleep deprivation!” The body of Bulger, convicted in 2013 of roles in 11 different murders, was found on Tuesday, Oct. 30, at the high-security prison USP Hazelton —  reportedly beaten to death with a “lock in a sock” by men with mob connections.

Bulger was listed as having been transferred there on the same day. Bulger, 89, had previously been moved to a maximum-security prison in Sumterville, Fla., after he was caught getting special privileges by a female prison shrink. The legendary tough guy was writing outraged letters about how he’d been treated. In a letter exclusively obtained by The National ENQUIRER, the once-feared gang boss alleged he was subjected by guards in Massachusetts to “a form of torture…called sleep deprivation…”