Mobster Whitey Bulger Claims He Had 4 Heart Attacks After Prison Guards Tortured Him

Oct. 3 2018, Updated 12:44 p.m. ET

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Mob kingpin Whitey Bulger suffered four heart attacks after sadistic prison guards nearly tortured him to death and only Radaronline.com has the exclusive details of his outrageous claim!

The Boston mobster — who is serving two life terms after his 2013 conviction for ordering 11 murders — makes the allegations in a prison letter obtained exclusively by Radar and sheds light into his pathetic life behind bars!

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The now 89-year-old outlaw says he was subjected to “a form of torture … called sleep deprivation” which caused him to suffer a mental and physical breakdown following his 2011 arrest after 16-year on the lam.

“No one could talk to me nor I to anyone — for the first four months,” the tough guy griped. “(I was) stripped searched FIVE times a day.’

The violent thug mockingly named the guards’ behavior as “special treatment” and accused them of triggering his first of four heart attacks in 2012 which nearly killed him.

“(I was) rushed 40 miles to Boston Hospital, almost died. Had a team of cardiologist bring me back,” he cried.

The former leader of Beantown’s deadly Winter Hill Gang topped the FBI’s Most wanted list until his arrest in a non-descript apartment complex in Santa Monica, Calif.

Caged in a maximum security federal penitentiary in Sumterville, Fla., the convict insists he “came in (to prison) a picture of health” but said his well-being was wrecked by his incarceration.

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