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St. Valentine’s Day Massacre, 1929: FBI Files Relating to the Murder of Seven Members of the Bugs Moran Gang on 14 February 1929
Tim Coates (ed). On Feb. 14, 1929, the bodies of seven members of the Bugs Moran gang were found riddled with bullets inside a garage in north Chicago. They had been lined up against a wall, their backs to their killers, & shot without any sign of a fight. The event was to go down in history as the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre. The extracts presented in this “Uncovered Edition” are of selected files taken from the FBI. The investigation was conducted by the Chicago Police Dep’t., not the FBI, as no violation of Federal law had occurred which would permit the FBI to investigate. No one was ever arrested or prosecuted for the crime. Uncovered Editions are historic official papers which have not previously been available in a popular form.
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