St Valentine's Day Massacre

The St. Valentine's Day Massacre took place the morning of February 14, 1929 when two "policemen" along with two plainclothesmen went into a garage in Chicago, where members of Bugs Moran's gang were.

In the end they would kill seven men - Johnnie May, Frank and Pete Gusenberg, Adam Heyer, Al Weinshank, James Clark, and Reinhard H. Schwimmer. Frank Gusenberg was the only one to survive until someone came. When asked who had done it, his last words were, "Nobody shot me."1

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