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    Charles Arthur Floyd, AKA Pretty Boy, was bestowed the “Public Enemy Number One” title upon Dillinger’s death, largely because he was wanted for the murder of two policemen and two FBI agents in an event known as the Kansas City Massacre.

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Charles Arthur "Pretty Boy" Floyd - Charles Arthur "Pretty Boy" Floyd, shot and killed by FBI agents a year after the Kansas City Massacre; the Bureau insisted that he was one of the killers, but Floyd denied being one of the killers with his dying breath.

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Kansas City Massacre On the morning of June 17, 1933, a mass murder committed in front of Union Railway Station in Kansas City, Missouri shocked the American public into a new consciousness of the serious crime problems in the nation. The killings that took the lives of four peace officers and their prisoner are now known as the "Kansas City Massacre."

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John Herbert Dillinger, Jr. - An American bank robber of German descent in the Depression-era United States. He was charged with, but never convicted of, the murder of an East Chicago, Indiana police officer during a shoot-out. This was his only alleged homicide, and was likely not his actions. His gang robbed two dozen banks and four police stations. Dillinger escaped from jail twice.

John Lazia, KC Mafia Boss | The Kansas City massacre, known as the Union Station massacre to Kansas Citizens on June 17, 1933 was linked to him. In August of 1933 he and a lieutenant, Charles Gargotta, survived the famed Armour Boulevard shoot-out. Charles Gargotta shot down years later along with Charles Binnagio on April 06, 1950. Lazia didn't file a return on $82,000 for '29.