Los Angeles Times "Prohibition"

• Los Angeles Times "Prohibition"

I stumbled upon an archive of the newspaper Los Angeles Times, and could not pass them pictures times "Prohibition". Criminals, police crime scenes and so on. N. Where could he added to the photos a more detailed description.

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Detective Oscar Bauer poses with Tommy Hahn in his hands. Machine without the store. 1925

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Bauer and colleagues. 1925

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The interrogation Bank robber caught red-handed. 1932

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"Red revolt" - a demonstration of the unemployed in Los Angeles held by the leadership of local communist leaders. 1930

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Police Detective Eddie Nolan was arrested for murder. 1931

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Police Detective Los Angeles posing with guns in their hands. 1925

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A police officer stands next to a member of the "Black Legion", an underground organization separated from Klu Klux Klan and actively fought with the blacks, Jews and Catholics. Members of the organization have practiced ritual murder, in its ranks were more than 10 000 people. 1936

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The members of the unit to combat illegal trafficking of alcohol. 1920

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The police officers at the court hearing. 1929

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The police together with employees of the bank Belvedere State during the reconstruction of his robberies. 1923

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The two detectives show bag with an explosive that was used when attempting a bank robbery. 1932

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Bootlegger McDonald, nicknamed "sock" in the building of the City Court in Los Angeles.

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Bootlegger Harry Alpine in prison after charges against him in the shooting. 1925

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The prosecutor Dell Schweitzer. 1928

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Sheriff with the search team members are looking for the body of one of the victims of James Watson. He was married to some 16 women, seven of whom were killed. He was caught when his late wife were suspicions about him, and she hired a private investigator. He opened the scheme in which Watson posted an announcement of acquaintance in the newspaper, got married, and then assign them to the property. Watson was sentenced for life in prison and died in 1939 from pneumonia. 1920

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Watson, accompanied by two sheriffs. 1920

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Clara Phillips goes to court escorted by police. Phillips was charged with the murder of his mistress of her husband during an argument. As the murder weapon she used a hammer and his body buried in a vacant lot. With the help of her husband, she was able to flee to Honduras during the hearing of her case, but was later caught by the police and returned to the United States. 1922

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New and old police badges. 1927

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Icon police chief of Los Angeles. 1926

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Motovzvod LAPD lined up for inspection. 1924

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The police exhumed the body of a murder trial. 1920

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The prisoners in the cell of one of the police stations in Los Angeles. 1920

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The police is investigating the case of a bank robbery Pacific National. 1928

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Raid in Chinese illegal gambling house.

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Civilian workers of the police department of Los Angeles are in the queue for the surrender of a fingerprint. 1928

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Judge Carlos Hardy with helpers during the hearing. 1920

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Detectives learn dynamite sticks and cords, which were found under one of the aqueducts. 1924

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Inmates in the Lincoln Heights jail cell. 1925

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The two detectives are studying the remains of a woman named Grace Young found in the basement of a house in a suburb of Los Angeles. The murderer was her husband, who would thus inherit the condition, Young inherited from his first marriage. 1925

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The journalist Minnie Kennedy interviews diver on while searching for the body of a murdered woman. 1926

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A convicted killer Russell Beytsel shaves another inmate in the county jail cell. 1928

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The suspect in the murder of David Clark playing cards with other inmates in the prison cell. 1931

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Winnie Jad nicknamed "the killer with the bags" in the car immediately after his arrest. Judd had killed his girlfriend, then dismembered her body and wrap it in several road suitcases, I went to train in Los Angeles. Employee baggage car felt unpleasant odor and noticed strange stains on one of the suitcases. Thinking that is missing in the meat of an animal, he demanded that Judd open it. She said that she does not have the key with him and ran away. Police arrived and opened the luggage found inside the body. Judd was declared wanted and caught a month later. He was sentenced to life imprisonment, but later was declared mentally ill and transferred to a mental hospital in Arizona. From there it ran 6 times, but each time she was caught. For the seventh time she finally managed to escape is not caught, then she got to San Francisco, where he got a job with accommodation in a rich family. She was able to work there for six and a half years, and only then was caught again. After spending a nursing home in another 2 years, she was set free. She died in 1998 aged 93 years. Photo 1931.

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Detectives and expert on fingerprints are studying the murder weapon.

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Detectives in the classroom shooting. 1935

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Department of Bank of America after the robbery. 1932

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Police Captain inspects the piano in the house of Paul Wright, where he shot his wife and best friend. After his arrest, Wright explained that he found his wife and his best friend hugging on a bench in front of the piano, and then lost his mind, pulled out a gun and killed both. Thanks to the clever lawyer, the court found Wright's insane, after which he was released. Killing two people he had neither the day nor sat in prison. 1937

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A police officer posing with tsirkachka. 1935

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Charged with double murder Albert Dower poses during fingerprinting. His victims included two schoolgirls whose bodies he then tossed in the dump on the outskirts of Los Angeles. 1937

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22-year-old former Marine Nelson Bower shows detectives where he had hidden the body of his 42-year-old wife, whom he killed with dumbbells, because she refused to give him a divorce. 1937

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The house where kept millionaire William Gettla. He was kidnapped from his own home during a party dedicated to the new home, after the police received a letter from the ransom. Five days later Gettl was freed during a special operation on the transfer of money. In front of a plate with a price-per-view scene. 1934.

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Police Sergeant with the material evidence in the case of murder in which fingerprints were found. 1927

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The leader of the gang of Jewish Philadelphia, the promoter of boxing matches and bootlegger Makc Hoff, nicknamed "Boo-boo."

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