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Three men charged in death by beating of gangster James 'Whitey' Bulger

(CNN)Jailed Boston gangster convicted murderer James "Whitey"beaten to death}, three men were indicted. Bulger, prosecutors announced Thursday.

Fotios "Freddy" Geas, 55; Paul "Pauly" DeCologero, 48; He was charged with conspiracy to commit first-degree murder in the death of the late Bulger. Years ago, when West was incarcerated at Federal Penitentiary Hazelton in Virginia, West's U.S. Attorney's Office for the Northern District of Virginia said in a statement:
All three were imprisoned with Bulger at the Hazelton facility. There he served two life sentences for the murder of eleven people,extortion, money laundering, and drug laundering. transaction.

Prior to his imprisonment, during the 1970s and his 80s, Bulger led his gang in Boston's infamous Winter Hill. Knowing the impending indictment in 1995, he went into hiding and was placed on the FBI's Most Wanted list. Sixteen years after being indicted, he was finally found and arrested. Gangster crime reign was the inspiration for Jack Nicholson's character in Martin Scorsese's film The Departed.

Geas and DeCologero are charged with killing his 89-year-old Bulger by hitting him several times in the head in October 2018, the district attorney's office said.

In addition to conspiracy charges, Geas and DeCologero are facing first-degree murder and aiding assault charges that cause serious injury, the statement said. Geass is also charged with murder by a federal inmate serving a life sentence, and McKinnon is charged with lying to federal investigators, the agency said.

Geass remains incarcerated at Hazelton Prison, and De Cologero is currently being held at another federal prison facility. McKinnon was released under supervision and was arrested in Florida on Thursday, the statement said.

CNN is working to determine whether the man has legal representation.

After they were indicted, Massachusetts U.S. Attorney Rachel Rollins expressed solidarity with the families of Bulger's victims. Every time his name is mentioned, it triggers the family he ravaged and reopens wounds that I hope have finally begun to heal," Rollins said in a statement on ."Most ironically, Bulger's family is going through the excruciating pain and trauma that relatives have inflicted on so many, and the justice system is coming to their aid."[34] }