Sunday, February 8, 2015

When I Was A Kid, I Collected Baseball Cards...

Apparently, some people collect inmate cards as well.
From the Boston Globe:  Even at 85 years old and locked away for life, James “Whitey” Bulger, America’s most incorrigible gangster, is still up to his old tricks.
As if taking a leaf out of a “Sopranos” script, Bulger faced allegations last summer of an improper relationship with a female psychologist who provided counseling to him and others at the high security US Penitentiary in Tucson, the Globe has learned. As a result, Bulger was abruptly transferred to a prison in Florida, and an investigation was launched into the actions of the young woman, according to several people familiar with the ongoing probe....
The octogenarian autographed an inmate’s sketch of Marilyn Monroe that was offered for sale on eBay, posed for photos with fellow inmates, and loved to reminisce about his criminal past, which included a stint at Alcatraz and a place on the FBI’s 10 Most Wanted list.
not long after that photo was taken, allegations that Bulger used his notoriety to curry favor with the psychologist, who is in her 30s, triggered a Justice Department investigation, according to several people familiar with the probe.
Based on a series of interviews with a half-dozen people with knowledge of various aspects of the investigation, the Globe has learned that agents from the Justice Department’s Office of the Inspector General separately confronted Bulger and the psychologist in mid-August about allegations that he gave her autographed mugshots and photographs during their private sessions.
Who the hell would want this thug murderer's autograph?  I highly doubt it is worth anything.
And for a psychologist to fawn over him like he is some kind of 85 year old geezer hero because he is... an 85 years old geezer thug.
And if this 85 year old geezer is behaving like this, he needs to be in a Super Max prison.

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