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Most Wanted: Pursuing Whitey Bulger, the Murderous Mob Chief the FBI Secretly Protected

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  • Posted January 10, 2013

    One question to be raised here is whether a child born in the 19

    One question to be raised here is whether a child born in the 1960s and raised as an orphan is key to what happened in the Whitey Bulger case on either side. The child appeared to be befriended by state subcontractors in Massachusetts in the early to mid 1970s then have various individuals befriend him under pretenses to keep tabs on him. When Bulger became a fugitive in 1995, the man was ejected from a posiiton with Wr Grace came under attack from individuals implanted in his life from 1992-1996 ready to act should Bulger/Flemmi go awry. After Bulger left, individuals re-appeared bearing different names than when the man had been introduced to them as a boy. The man was subsequently steered to work for Hewlett Packard, where as the Bulger case further unraveled, he was subject to harassment for being responsible for fallout in the Bulger case and later been blackballed from employment in the area by a coworker at the Lawrence/Andover,Mass, facility who spread lies to make him unemployable and had been seen secretly meetingh with suit-wearing officials clandestinely in the Hewlett Packard parking lot after work.The man has been tracked and manipulated all of his life and it strongly appears to be connected to the Whitey Bulger case. Even a social worker as a child entered the boys life bearing the name and street address of an FBI agent mentioned in the literature on this case.

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