St. Valentine’s Day massacre, 1929

In 1929 on St. Valentine’s Day, around 10:30 a.m. seven members of Bugs Moran’s gang were gunned down in cold blood in a garage in Chicago.

This massacre was leaded by Al Capone, one of the biggest Crime Boss of 20th century. This massacre shocked the nation with its brutality and brought Al Capone the unwanted attention of the federal government.

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Five victims of the Saint Valentine's Day Massacre in Chicago, 14th February 1929. Five members of gangster Bugs Moran's gang were shot dead at the orders of Al Capone, in a garage on Chicago's North Side. (Photo by FPG/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

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The body of Albert Kachellek "James Clark" is removed from the county morgue on Feb 15 1929. He was murdered in the St. Valentine's Day massacre. (Herald & Examiner/Chicago Tribune historical photo)