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Gangster Era FBI Files - Complete Compilation!


Gangster Era FBI Files

This is a compilation of all of the Gangster Era FBI Files we offer archived for easy access on a data CD and comes in a CD sleeve. The files are:

    Joseph Aiuppa - 294 Pages
    Baby Face Nelson - 224 Pages
    Barker-Karpis Gang (Summary) - 57 Pages
    George "Machine Gun" Kelly (Barnes), Summary - 14 Pages
    Bonnie and Clyde (Summary) - 3 Pages
    Alphonse "Al" Capone - 2,397P ages
    John Dillinger (Summary) - 157 Pages
    Pretty Boy Floyd and Kansas City Massacre (Summary) - 16 Pages
    Saint Valentine's Day Massacre - 107 Pages
    Benjamin "Bugsy" Siegel - 2,421 Pages

The FBI says of the Joseph Aiuppa FBI Files:

Joseph Aiuppa was connected to the John Dillinger and Alvin Karpis gangs in the 1930's, and was a member of the Al Capone Mafia organization. He was associated with gambling and prostitution activities in Cicero, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago. Aiuppa was a partner in a company that built and distributed slot machines. He was convicted in 1960 for failing to register as a dealer in gambling devices and received a sentence of one year and a day. He owned and/or operated several lounges and clubs in the Cicero area. He was an avid hunter and was arrested in 1962 for having approximately 550 game birds in his possession on his return from a hunting trip to Kansas. The game bird limit was 24.

The FBI says of the Baby Face Nelson FBI Files:

These records concern Baby Face Nelson's involvement in the 1934 robbery of the Peoples Savings Bank in Grand Haven, Michigan.

The FBI says of the Barker-Karpis Gang FBI Files:

Kate "Ma" Barker and her sons, Herman, Lloyd, Arthur, and Fred teamed up with Alvin Karpis (whom Fred met in the penitentiary) and several other criminals. This summary gives an account of their criminal careers, including the 1934 kidnaping of Edward G. Bremer, a wealthy Minnesota businessman.

The FBI says of the George "Machine Gun" Kelly (Barnes) FBI Files:

FBI records concerning George Kelly concern the FBI investigation involving the kidnaping of Charles F. Urschel, a wealthy oil man, on July 22, 1933. George Kelly, his wife Kathryn, and 19 others were convicted in this case. Kelly is credited with coining the phrase "G-men". (When arrested in Memphis on September 26, 1933, Kelly was reported to have thrown his hands in the air and cried "Don't shoot, G-men!" as he surrendered to FBI Agents.)

The FBI says of the Bonnie and Clyde FBI Files:

This FBI material concerns a summary of the crime spree of Bonnie Parker and Clyde Champion Barrow in the early 1930's. Barrow was suspected of numerous killings and was wanted for murder, robbery, and state charges of kidnaping. On May 20, 1933, the United States Commissioner at Dallas, Texas, issued a warrant against Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker, charging them with the interstate transportation, from Dallas to Oklahoma, of an automobile stolen in Illinois. The FBI then started its hunt for this elusive pair. Clyde Champion Barrow and his companion, Bonnie Parker, were shot to death by officers in an ambush near Sailes, Bienville Parish, Louisiana, on May 23, 1934, after one of the most colorful and spectacular manhunts the Nation had seen up to that time.

The FBI says of the Alphonse "Al" Capone FBI Files:

During the 1920s, Alphonse Capone was a notorious gangster who conducted his illegal enterprises in Chicago, Illinois. In 1929, the FBI was ordered by the Attorney General to investigate the legitimacy of an affidavit that petitioned for a postponement of Mr. Capone's appearance in response to a Federal Grand Jury subpoena. The investigation established that facts within the affidavit were indeed false. On February 25, 1931, Mr. Capone was tried and convicted of contempt of court. When Mr. Capone was convicted for income tax evasion, the Judge ruled that the sentence for contempt of court should be served concurrently with the tax evasion sentence.

The FBI says of the John Dillinger FBI Files:

The summary is of events leading up to the death of John Dillinger on July 22, 1934. He was shot by FBI Special Agents when he grabbed for his gun while leaving the Biograph Theater in Chicago, Illinois.

The FBI says of the Pretty Boy Floyd and Kansas City Massacre FBI Files:

The FBI opened an investigation on Charles Arthur Floyd, alias "Pretty Boy", a participant in the Kansas City Massacre of 1933. During the massacre, Floyd and others killed four law enforcement officers, including one FBI Special Agent. In 1934, FBI Agents and local police officers killed Floyd while he was resisting arrest.

The FBI says of the Saint Valentine's Day Massacre FBI Files:

This file recounts information concerning the murders of seven members of the Bugsy Moran gang on February 14, 1929. During this time period, there was no Federal law which would permit the FBI to investigate, therefore, the Chicago Police Department conducted the investigation.

The FBI says of the Benjamin "Bugsy" Siegel FBI Files:

Bugsy Siegel, a New York racketeer, was gunned down on June 19, 1947, in the Los Angeles home of his girlfriend, actress Virginia Hill. The FBI investigated Siegel for numerous crimes and implicated him in at least 30 murders.

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