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Bonnie and Clyde are outlaw icons and a mystery remains about some of the couple’s personal belongings ☞ KXAN – Austin

“The car was ransacked. One man, who eventually auctioned the family collection of souvenirs, said, ‘My grandfather grabbed a handful of stuff off of the floor of the car which the outlaws had been living in. He said the car was full of trash. When he got home, he saw that he had… a small screwdriver, a Bayer aspirin tin, the side temple of a pair of wire glasses, an unspent bullet… and a blood-stained silk stocking.'”

Guest finds corpse under Tibet hotel bed ☞ BBC News

“He returned a few hours later to change for dinner. He again noticed the smell, but assumed it might be coming from the bakery downstairs, or the result of the room’s heating system. He wondered if his feet were the problem.”

Trump Indictment: 34 felony charges, maximum sentence ☞ New York Post

“The indictment filed against Donald Trump was finally unsealed Tuesday, charging the ex-president with a stunning 34 felony counts tied to falsifying business records — claiming he orchestrated a scheme to ‘influence the 2016 presidential election’ and continued to break the law after taking office.”

Jack the Ripper Victim

On This Day: April 3, 1888 – The first of the Whitechapel murders – Related Video, Links

“It was with her killing that the police opened a file which they titled “The Whitechapel Murder”; and, by the end of that year, that file had become the “Whitechapel Murders” file, and would contain the names of the five “canonical” victims of Jack the Ripper. And Emma Smith, although not a victim of Jack the Ripper, is the first victim to appear in the generic Whitechapel Murders file.”
Emma Smith ☞ Jack The

St. Valentine's Day Massacre

On This Day: March 17, 1929 – The St. Valentine’s Day Massacre – Video, Links

At 10:30 in the morning on Saint Valentine’s Day, Thursday, February 14, 1929, seven men were murdered at the garage at 2122 North Clark Street, in the Lincoln Park neighborhood of Chicago’s North Side. They were shot by four men using weapons that included two Thompson submachine guns. Two of the shooters were wearing police uniforms, while the others wore suits, ties, overcoats, and hats.
St. Valentine’s Day Massacre ☞ Wikipedia

Iran: nearly 100 people executed in first two months of this year ☞ Amnesty International UK

“The figures show an escalating use of the death penalty against persecuted ethnic minorities, with 28 people from Iran’s minority groups among those executed so far this year. Of the minority group members executed so far in 2023, 19 were convicted of drug-related offences, seven of murder, and two of the overly-broad and vaguely-worded charges of ‘spreading corruption on earth’ and ‘enmity against God’, neither of which meet the principle of legality.”

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