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Clipping: father believed man found dead on top of train with head wounds did not meet with foul play

From the Chicago Daily Tribune
Published November 9, 1932
Chicago, Illinois
London, England

Police attempt to find the identity of a man killed in a suspected gang-related activity.

A banker’s adult son was found dead on top of a train with a head wound. The banker mentioned the son had recently been in an automobile accident and suffered a concussion and so he did not suspect foul play with his son’s death.

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