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Crime History: Seven mobsters killed in St. Valentine's Day Massacre

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On this day, Feb. 14, in 1929, Al Capone tried to strike a decisive blow against Chicago gangland rival George "Bugs" Moran in what became known as the St. Valentine's Day Massacre. Mobsters disguised as police officers entered one of Moran's garages, lined seven henchmen up against a wall and gunned them down. The cold-blooded carnage left the public outraged and attracted the spotlight of the...

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