Massacre victims

Seven were gunned down in the St. Valentine's Day massacre in 1929, a hit believed ordered by Al Capone in an attempt to wipe out rival George "Bugs" Moran.
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( Tribune archive photo / May 28, 2014 )

Seven were gunned down in the St. Valentine's Day massacre in 1929, a hit believed ordered by Al Capone in an attempt to wipe out rival George "Bugs" Moran.

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