On February 14th, 1929, seven men died in a gangster shooting in Chicago. Nobody was convicted of these murders, which gave rise to a public outcry. In 1935, the FBI began to gather information arising from the arrest of one of the suspects and from the newspaper articles written about him. The FBI files, which are reproduced here, a curious set of relationships between the Bureau, the local police, the gangsters and the press. As indicated above, Bolton states that Fred Goets, Gus Winkler, Fred Burke, Ray Nugent and Bob Carey were the actual perpetrators of the massacre. According to Bolton, Claude Maddox of St Louis, Tony Capesia of Chicago and a man known as the "Shocker" also of St Louis, burned the Cadillac car after the massacre.
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