Highly trained assassin and bank robber Jason Bourne ( "Whitey" Bulger) is on the hunt for the FBI agents who stole his memory and true identity. With a new generation of skilled FBI operatives tracking his every move, Bourne AKA "Whitey" Bulger is in a nonstop race around the globe as he finally learns the truth behind his mysterious past.
When Alcatraz was shut down in 1963, Bulger was sent to Leavenworth Prison in Kansas, where he volunteered to take LSD as part of an FBI-sponsored experiment called MK-Ultra. He was paroled in 1965 after serving nine years.
How was Whitey Bulger able to be ahead of the federal and state authorities?Whitey's small volunteer unit at Atlanta was part of a CIA project to find out how people reacted to LSD, a program documented in a 1977 book titled "The Search for the Manchurian Candidate," which exposed medical abuses by the intelligence agency?
This is how Whitey" Bulger became known as the Manchurian Candidate in which the movie the "The Bourne Identity" was written.
Catherine Greig lived for years with Bulger but like in the movie the Bourne Identity was she really the girl friend reporting to FBI agents his every move? Was she the one they called to bring him in ?