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LET THE FACTS DO THE TALKING

Every picture tells a story, pull any old photo book out of UPack pods storage and the pictures will speak to you of that time and place....and if you look deep enough you will find the truth in every picture.

If Dillinger were alive today he would be age 99 on his birthday June 22,2001. Sure there has always been doubt that the FBI killed the right man by those who knew him best in his hometown.

And sure it is highly possible that Dillinger could very well be alive. Wouldn't that be something to hear Johnnie himself tell his story? I'm sure he would have a very interesting story to tell. I think we can figure out why the FBI wanted to silence Dillinger forever, execution style.

 

This wanted poster was purchased at an auction and sold as an original, however many historians claim it is a fake or a replica, something probably found in a pods storage unit but not an original poster.

Harry Pierpont was the man who taught John Dillinger the "Ins and Outs" of bank robbery. Strangely enough, bank robbers actually helped the ecomony of the Great Depression by putting money back into circulation.  Still we cannot condone crime. Pierpont smiles during his trial in Ohio. Pierpont was the "front runner" and the brains of the Dillinger gang. In fact, the one and only reason the outfit was called the Dillinger Gang was to cause a conflict within the gang. Actually the gang had no leader. Although Pierpont's nerve and intelligent's would usually lead the gang. Pierpont proved this during the escape from Michigan City after he lead ten men out the front gates of the Indiana State prison to freedom.

It was said that Dillinger had the fastest mind, and the slowest gun in the Midwest

Dillinger's death mask. The face the FBI will never forget. After all the legendary outlaw made the FBI, not J.Edgar Hoover.

 

IT'S TRUE WE CAN'T CHANGE THE PAST, BUT WE CAN BRING FORTH THE TRUTH.

John Dillinger's final resting place at Crown Hill Cemetery in Indianapolis, Indiana. It remains one of the most popular grave sites.

 

HISTORY IS NOT ABOUT GOOD OR BAD, IT IS ABOUT WHAT HAPPENED


John Dillinger was found guilty of murder long before he was arrested and brought to trial for the crime. Proscutor Robert Estill wnted Dillinger to die in the electric chair which would give his career a big boost. These blood thirsty career seekers didn't care if Dillinger was innocent of the charges, they only cared how famous the condemned outlaw could make them. Estill would succeed in using Dillinger to get the fame he much wanted, but his glory would backfire on him. When Dillinger escaped from Crown Point, Estill's career was over. Whenever J.Edgar Hoover would announce to the press that an outlaw was guilty, the accused no longer needed a trial because the verdict was in.

 

THE DILLINGER DAYS

After Dillinger was released from prison he quickly put his new skills to work and began robbing a banks with perfection and style, and percision. Soon afterwards, Dillinger had raised the money needed for the escape and smuggled the several guns into the prison walls. Dillinger master-minded the biggest prison escape that Indiana has ever seen to this date, but it was Pierpont that engineered the break and it was his nerve that led the way. Captain Matt Leach of the Indiana State police knew Harry Pierpont's character and that he was surely the leader of the gang. But Leach had an idea to name Dillinger the leader to cause jealousy problems within the gang which Leach thought would cause the gang to fall apart.

It didn't work and the Pierpont gang became the Dillinger gang in headlines around the world. If Pierpont hadn't been captured in Tucson, Arizona he would had eventually became Enemy Number One. The Pierpont gang would have made a big splash.

The Pierpont Gang