The document was released today, nearly six months after the former mob boss was found unresponsive in a West Virginia penitentiary

Bulger, 89, was found unresponsive on October 30 at the US Penitentiary Hazelton in West Virginia, one day after being transferred there.
Boston gangster James 'Whitey' Bulger killed in West Virginia prison a day after transfer
His injuries occurred when he was “assaulted by other(s),” the document says. The approximate time between onset of his injuries and death is listed as “minutes.”
Authorities didn’t pronounce Bulger dead until 9:04 a.m., the death certificate says.
Bulger, who eluded federal authorities for more than 16 years before his arrest in June 2011, was serving the rest of his life in prison for a litany of crimes that included his role in 11 murders.
He was sentenced in November 2013 to two life terms plus five years after being an architect of a criminal enterprise that, in the words of a federal judge, committed “unfathomable” acts that terrorized a city.
A federal jury convicted Bulger that year of 31 counts, including racketeering, extortion, money laundering, drug dealing and weapons possession.
The jury found him culpable in 11 killings from 1973 through 1985.

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