Beach Boy Dennis Wilson is buried at sea while family and friends reflect on a tormented soul They say I live a fast life. Maybe I just like a fast life. I wouldn't give it up for anything in the world.
His family moved to Akins, Oklahoma inand he grew up there. As a youth, he spent considerable time in nearby KansasArkansas and Missouri. Three years later he was arrested for a payroll robbery on September 16, in St. Louis, Missouri and was sentenced to five years in prison. He served three and a half years before being granted parole.
Entering into partnerships with more established criminals in the Kansas City underworld, he committed a series of bank robberies over the next several years; it was during this period that he acquired the nickname "Pretty Boy.
On March 9, he was arrested in Kansas City on investigation, and again on May 6 for vagrancy and suspicion of highway robberybut he was released the next day.
Two days later, he was arrested in Pueblo, Coloradoand charged with vagrancy. They were found dead in a burning car on March 25, A month later on April 23, members of his gang killed Patrolman R. Castner of Bowling Green, Ohio. Burke in Kansas City, Missouri. When he robbed banks he allegedly destroyed mortgage documents, but this has never been confirmed and may be myth.
He was often protected by locals of Oklahoma, who referred to him as "Robin Hood of the Cookson Hills".
Edgar Hoover used the incident as ammunition to further empower the FBI to pursue Floyd,  historians are divided as to whether or not he was involved. Another more likely suspect was gang member Sol Weismann, who resembled Floyd. Floyd adamantly denied his involvement in this fiasco apparently a botched attempt to free bank robber Frank Nash, who was in police custody.
Nash was also killed as he was sitting in the car, shot in the head by his would-be rescuers.
Two other Kansas City police officers survived by slumping forward in the backseat and feigning death. As the gunmen inspected the car, another officer responded from the station and fired at them, forcing them to flee.
Miller was found dead on November 27, outside Detroit, Michigan, having been beaten and strangled. Factors weighing against them included their apparent presence in Kansas City at the time, eyewitness identifications which have been contestedRichetti's fingerprint said to have been recovered from a beer bottle at Miller's hideout, an underworld account naming Floyd and Richetti as the gunmen, and Hoover's firm advocacy of their guilt.
Fellow bank robber Alvin Karpisan acquaintance of Floyd's, claimed that Floyd confessed involvement to him. On the other side of the issue, the bandit alleged to have been Floyd was supposed to have been wounded by a gunshot to the shoulder in the attack, and Floyd's body showed no sign of this injury when examined later.
The underworld account identifying Floyd and Richetti as the killers was offset by equally unreliable underworld accounts proclaiming their innocence or identifying others. The Floyd family has maintained that while Floyd admitted to many other crimes, he vehemently denied involvement in this one, as did Richetti.
It has also been contended that this crime would have been inconsistent with Floyd's other criminal acts, as he was not otherwise known as a hired gun or especially a hired killer. Shortly after the attack, Kansas City police received a postcard dated June 30,from Springfield, Missouriwhich read: The police department believed the note to be genuine.
Floyd also reportedly denied involvement in the massacre to the FBI agents who had fatally wounded him. In addition, a recent book on the massacre attributes at least some of the killing to friendly fire by a lawman who was unfamiliar with his weapon, based on ballistic tests.
Having narrowly escaped ambush by FBI agents and other law enforcement agencies several times after the Kansas City Massacre, Floyd had a stroke of bad luck. On October 18,he and Richetti left Buffalo, New Yorkand their vehicle slid into a telephone pole in heavy fog. No one was injured, but the car was disabled.
Fearing they would be recognized, Floyd and Richetti sent two female companions to get a tow truck; they planned to have the women accompany the tow truck driver into a town and have the vehicle repaired, while the two men waited by the roadside.
Three officers, including Fultz, investigated. When Richetti saw the lawmen, he fled into the woods, pursued by two officers, while Fultz went towards Floyd. Floyd immediately drew his gun and fired, and he and Fultz engaged one another in a gunfight, during which Fultz was wounded in the foot.Hamilton began his criminal career by robbing a gas station in Indiana, and being sentenced to a very long prison term of 25 years.
Whilst incarcerated, he began to associate with prominent bank robbers such as John Dillinger, Harry Pierpoint and Homer Van Meter. Feb 21, · Allen Ezail Iverson is broke, his wages garnished, his Wells Fargo bank account out of his control.
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It takes the shape of a rumour and results into the collapse of a bank.