Friday, April 13, 2012

Friday, April 13,1934

Today was supposed to be "bad luck," but I got through okay.

Bonnie and Clyde's identification order
Bonnie and Clyde's identification order

The End nears . . .

On April 13, 1934, an FBI agent, through investigation in the vicinity of Ruston, Louisiana, obtained
 information which definitely placed Bonnie and Clyde (in a car stolen in New Orleans) in a remote
section southwest of that community. The home of sometime accomplice Henry Methvin and
the Methvin was not far away, and the agent learned of visits there by Bonnie and Clyde. Special
 agents in Texas had learned that Clyde and his companion had been traveling from Texas to
Louisiana, occasionally accompanied by Henry Methvin. The FBI and local law enforcement authorities
 in Louisiana and Texas concentrated on apprehending Bonnie and Clyde, whom they strongly
believed to be in the area.

To be continued ... 

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