Onlookers watch police remove the bodies from the garage on North Clark Street. Seven men were lined up and riddled with bullets to eliminate the last challenge to Al Capone on February 14, 1929. The St. Valentine's Day shootings shocked a populace that had grown numb to gangland killings.
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