James “Whitey” Bugler’s Massive Arsenal Revealed (PHOTOS)


Jurors in the James “Whitey” Bulger trial were presented with photos of the notorious gangster’s massive collection of firearms that included six machineguns.

File booking photo of former mob boss and fugitive James "Whitey" Bulger, who was arrested in Santa Monica in 2011

James “Whitey” Bulger

Bugler, now 83, was a leading organized crime figure in Boston, Massachusetts. Known for his Robin-Hood-style of social banditry, he was also the mastermind of numerous protection rackets, alleged murders and even a stoolie for the Federal Bureau of Investigation. But “Whitey” fled Boston in 1994 after receiving a tip from his former FBI handler and had been on the run until his 2011 capture in Santa Monica, California.

After Bulger’s arrest, authorities said they found about $800,000 in cash and more than 30 guns in his apartment. Retired state police Col. Thomas Foley identified weapons found during a 2000 investigation that included six machineguns and multiple revolvers and automatic pistols.




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