BOSTON (CBS) — Nearly two years into his two lifetime prison sentence, Boston has heard from Whitey Bulger once again.
The convicted crime boss sent a letter to Boston Magazine from the high-security U.S. penitentiary in Coleman, Florida, requesting a change of address for his subscription, the magazine reports.READ MORE: Dartmouth College Requires Remote Employees Be Vaccinated
“Look forward to your magazine,” Bulger penned in his own hand.
This is the second time we’ve heard from Bulger since his incarceration.READ MORE: Veteran Sportscaster Bob Neumeier Dies
In June 2015, Bulger sent a response letter to students at Apponequet Regional High School in Lakeville.
He stated in his letter that his “life was wasted and spent foolishly, brought shame and suffering on my parents and siblings and will end soon.”MORE NEWS: Beverly Man Dies While Hiking On New Hampshire Trail
He also told the students “I know only one thing for sure – if you want to make crime pay – ‘Go to Law School.’”