Bodies From Valentine's Day Massacre

UNITED STATES - FEBRUARY 15: A special crime committee is sworn in over the bodies of the victims of the St. Valentine's Day Massacre, Chicago, 1929. The killings spurred the creation of Eliot Ness' 'Untouchables' unit and spelled the beginning of the end for Capone. (Photo by Chicago History Museum/Getty Images)
UNITED STATES - FEBRUARY 15: A special crime committee is sworn in over the bodies of the victims of the St. Valentine's Day Massacre, Chicago, 1929. The killings spurred the creation of Eliot Ness' 'Untouchables' unit and spelled the beginning of the end for Capone. (Photo by Chicago History Museum/Getty Images)
Bodies From Valentine's Day Massacre
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February 15, 1929
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