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Saint Valentines Day. February 14th. On this very day, seven well dressed men would be found shot to death in a garage on 2122 North Clark Street. The men were the victims of a well orchestrated hit, courtesy of the infamous Prohibition era mob leader, Al Capone. The original target was to be Capone's main rival in the area, "Bugs" Moran. Capone's friend Jack McGurn put together a plan to rid the area of Moran. He lured the Moran gang to the warehouse at 2122 North Clark Street.  On the morning of Valentines Day, seven of Moran's men, Johnny May, Frank and Pete Gusenberg, James Clark, Adam Heyer, Al Weinshank, and Reinhardt Schwimmer went to the warehouse, hoping to find liquor to purchase at a very attractive price. What they didn't know was that McGurn had set them up to assassinate Moran. Moran was to arrive as well, but was delayed. Outside the warehouse, Capone's men set to work. Using a stolen police car and stolen police uniforms, they gathered outside of the warehouse. Moran, who was just arriving, saw the police car and left the scene. Capone's men, two of them in police uniforms, entered the building. They ordered Moran's men against the wall of the warehouse. Expecting a routine frisk for weapons, Moran's men complied and lined up against the wall. Two more of of Capone's men entered the warehouse, and the four of them sprayed Moran's men with machine-gun and shotgun fire. Six of the men, all except for Frank Gusenberg, slumped to the ground dead. Frank Gusenberg was fatally wounded. Capone's men who were dressed in plainclothes put their hands up and the men in the police uniforms escorted them out to the police car. To any witness, it would appear that ther e was a short exchange of gunfire and that the police had already put an end to the matter. The men got into a police car and drove away. The police were not notified, as it seemed to witnesses, the police had already been there. Soon after, the real police showed up at the scene and found the wall riddled with bullet holes and seven bodies on the ground. Frank Gusenberg was still alive, choking on his own blood. He was transported to a hospital, but refused to cooperate with the authorities. He died several hours later, leaving no clues, no testimony. When Moran heard of the news, he reportedly said "Only Capone kills like that." Both Capone and McGurn had airtight alibis, and they were never brought to court for their actions in organizing the Saint Valentines Day Massacre. None of the gunmen were ever caught either. Capone's plan was a success. The massacre crushed the influence of Moran's gang and became one of the most well known Mob events in history. From one monkey to another, Happy Valentines Day! ENTER happy valentines day!
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