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Title: William J. Burns

Description: William J. Burns (1861-1932), left, American private detective, who established a national investigation agency and who was, at one time, chief of the Bureau of Investigation (forerunner of the Federal Bureau of Investigation; FBI); Burns is shown with Harry Chandler (1864-1944), right, general manager of the Los Angeles Times, which had been bombed on October 1, 1910, where twenty persons were killed and dozens more injured by union terrorists, John and James McNamara, who headed the Bridge and Structural Iron Workers Union were charged with the bombing and brought to trial; Burns was providing evidence against the terrorists in that trial while in the employ of Chandler; confronted by incriminating evidence provided by Burns, defense attorney Clarence Darrow (Clarence Seward Darrow; 1857-1938) struck a plea bargain deal with Times publisher Harrison Gray Otis (1837-1917), having the McNamara Brothers plead guilty, James receiving a life sentence and John fifteen years in exchange for Otis having prosecutors drop their demands for the death penalty.

Category: Crime

Keywords: crime, criminal justice, criminology, law enforcement, detectives, detective agencies

Orientation: Portrait

Dimensions: 2250 x 2827 (6.36 MPixels) (1.26)

Print Size: 19.0 x 23.9 cm; 7.5 x 9.4 inches

File Size: 18.22 MB (19,105,092 Bytes)

Resolution: 300 x 300 dpi

Color Depth: 16.7 million (24 BitsPerPixel)

Compression: None

Image Number: 0000001365

Source: Jay Robert Nash Collection


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