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John Dillinger

the city was corrupting his son, prompting him to move the family to Mooresville, Indiana, in 1921.: 15  Dillinger's wild and rebellious behaviour was...

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Page Moseley

and The Jigsaw Murders (1989). Moseley was born on May 15, 1959, in Mooresville, North Carolina. After graduating from the North Carolina School of The...

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Paper Towns (film)

On November 17–18, filming was due to take place at the Mooresville Arts Depot in Mooresville, North Carolina but due to weather conditions the schedule...

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Dinosaur (Disney's Animal Kingdom)

two pre-show theaters. Guests enter a small standup theatre and a short movie comes on a projection screen. The first part of the movie is a small presentation...

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Reading, Pennsylvania

the team's Mooresville, North Carolina facility; with the flooding in Pennsylvania in 2006, the team's operations were moved to Mooresville earlier than...

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List of museums in North Carolina

Cape Fear Military Revolutionary War battlefield and museum Mooresville Museum Mooresville Iredell Metro Charlotte Local history website Mordecai Mansion...

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John Dillinger

John Herbert Dillinger (June 22, 1903 – July 22, 1934) was an American gangster of the Great Depression. He led a group known as the "Dillinger Gang", which was accused of robbing 24 banks and four police stations. Dillinger was imprisoned several times but escaped twice. He was charged, but not convicted, of the murder of an East Chicago, Indiana, police officer who shot Dillinger in his bullet-proof vest during a shootout; it was the only time Dillinger was charged with homicide. Dillinger courted publicity. The media ran exaggerated accounts of his bravado and colorful personality and cast him as a Robin Hood. In response, J. Edgar Hoover, then director of the Bureau of Investigation (BOI), used Dillinger and his gang as his campaign platform to evolve the BOI into the Federal Bureau of Investigation, developing more sophisticated investigative techniques as weapons against organized crime.After evading police in four states for almost a year, Dillinger was wounded and went to his father's home to mend. He returned to Chicago in July 1934 and sought refuge in a brothel owned by Ana Cumpănaș. She informed authorities of his whereabouts. On July 22, 1934, local and federal law enforcement closed in on the Biograph Theater. As BOI agents moved to arrest Dillinger as he exited the theater, he drew a gun while attempting to flee, but was killed; this was later ruled as justifiable homicide.