The aftermath of the Valentine's Day Massacre of February 14, 1929. Seven members of the O'Banion Moran gang were trapped in a garage, lined up against the wall, and shot with sawed-off shotguns. According to the Chicago Police authorities the cause of the murders was the illicit gangster-controlled liquor traffic in Chicago during Prohibition.
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