TRUCKER Geronimo Narciso, 37, died after he accidentally shot off his cock while playing with his gun during a boozing session with pals in Rosales, Philippines. O’Neill draw on top secret FBI files to paint a picture of the enigmatic hooligan.
The first extract describes in graphic detail just one of the monstrous acts that helped Whitey assert his authority as an up-and-coming mobster, while the second excerpt illustrates the murder of his right-hand man Stevie Flemmi’s girlfriend, who knew a bit too much about their activities. WHITEY Bulger was in the driver’s seat when he turned into a parking lot near Carson Beach in South Boston at the end of a warm autumn day in 1975.
In the back seat of the “boiler” – a car stolen for the occasion – sat Howie Winter, head of the Winter Hill Gang, and Johnny Martorano. Stevie Flemmi pulled up in a second car.
Whitey looked around the lot to see if the man they were meeting had arrived, because once they hooked up with Tommy King the gang could then get on with the business at hand.
Whitey Bulger hated Tommy King.
Big, tough Tommy King – the longshoreman from Southie whom Whitey had once battled in a bar fight.
Whitey prided himself on not