Curious Facts about John Dillinger & J. Edgar Hoover

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Lulu.com, 2005 - True Crime - 76 pages
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John Dillinger is the most misrepresented of all the notorious outlaws in American history. What the state of Indiana did to this quiet and well-mannered young man, who took piano lessons and always tipped his hat to the Sunday school teacher, was a crime against developmental childhood...John Dillinger was MORE RESPECTFUL of his father than America's most idolized President, Abe Lincoln**The FBI was trying to kill John Dillinger BEFORE bank robbery became a federal crime**Indiana Governor Paul McNutt called Dillinger's prison sentence an "obvious injustice."**The real life James Bond, on a mission from British Intelligence, warned J. Edgar Hoover MONTHS in advance that the Japanese were planning to bomb Pearl Harbor in late 1941**FBI Director mandates that agents run 100 miles a DAY**FBI crime laboratory STOLEN from Colonel Goddard in Chicago...Patrolmen's Benevolent Association (Indiana): "Your Dillinger chapter is wild! You did a good job."***182 Source Notes / Indexed / 13 point text for easy reading.
 

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