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Crime History: 'Mad Dogs' kill 2 in Manhattan gunfight

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On this day, Jan. 14, in 1941, Anthony and William Esposito killed an office manager and a police officer in a wild daytime shootout in Manhattan. Their murder trial involved one of the most well-known insanity defense cases. The brothers had shot a man in the head after following him into the elevator of an office building. Manhattan's shopping district became a free-fire zone. When an officer...

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