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By Jeffery S. King

Charles Arthur Floyd used to be all in favour of various bank-robbing exploits around the Midwest until eventually federal brokers and native police shot him down in Ohio on October 22, 1934. This quantity provides an in depth account of his lifestyles, crimes and loss of life, making wide use of FBI studies, and govt files.

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