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Machine Gun Kelly.

Author: Machine Gun Kelly; George Kelly; United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Edition/Format:   eBook : English
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The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) within the U.S. Department of Justice presents FBI case documents in PDF format regarding "Machine Gun" Kelly. FBI records concerning George Kelly consist of the investigation involving the kidnapping of Charles F. Urschel, a wealthy oil man, on July 22, 1933. George Kelly, his wife Kathryn, and 19 others were convicted in this case. Kelly is credited with coining the phrase  Read more...
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Named Person: Machine Gun Kelly; George "Machine Gun" Kelly Barnes; Machine Gun Kelly
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Machine Gun Kelly; George Kelly; United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation.
OCLC Number: 52413003
Details: Mode of access: Internet from FBI Web site.
Other Titles: [FBI documents regarding Machine Gun Kelly]
George "Machine Gun" Kelly (Barnes)

Abstract:

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) within the U.S. Department of Justice presents FBI case documents in PDF format regarding "Machine Gun" Kelly. FBI records concerning George Kelly consist of the investigation involving the kidnapping of Charles F. Urschel, a wealthy oil man, on July 22, 1933. George Kelly, his wife Kathryn, and 19 others were convicted in this case. Kelly is credited with coining the phrase "G-men." When arrested in Memphis on September 26, 1933, Kelly was reported to have thrown his hands in the air and cried "Don't shoot, G-men!" as he surrendered to FBI Agents. The case file is provided as part of the FBI's Freedom of Information Privacy Acts (FOIPA) Web site.

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