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by Walter L. Gerash and Phil Goodstein.

Appears to be autographed by both authors. About 25% of the book has HIGHLIGHTED pages. Additional Product Features. Phil Goodstein, Walter Gerash. Продавец:spodes (2684)100,0% положительных отзывовСвязаться с продавцом. Yes. Lc Classification Number.

The Father's Day Bank Massacre was a bank robbery and shooting that took place on Sunday, June 16, 1991 at the United Bank Tower (now the Wells Fargo Center) in Denver, Colorado, United States

The Father's Day Bank Massacre was a bank robbery and shooting that took place on Sunday, June 16, 1991 at the United Bank Tower (now the Wells Fargo Center) in Denver, Colorado, United States. The perpetrator killed four unarmed bank guards and held up six tellers in the bank's cash vault. Nearly three weeks later, on July 4, 1991, authorities arrested retired police officer James W. King for the crime

GOODSTEIN, Phil(lip) 1952-PERSONAL: Born December 31, 1952, in Denver, CO; son of Hyman A. .

GOODSTEIN, Phil(lip) 1952-PERSONAL: Born December 31, 1952, in Denver, CO; son of Hyman A. (an attorney) and Lillian S. (a librarian) Goodstein. Education: University of Colorado, P. Denver in Our Time: A People's History of the Modern Mile-High City, New Social Publications (Denver, CO), Volume 1. Big Money in the Big City, 1999, Volume 2. DIA and Other Scams, 2000. Denver from the Bottom Up: From Sand Creek to Ludlow, New Social Publications (Denver, CO), 2003.

The Father's Day Bank Massacre was a bank robbery and shooting that took place on Sunday, June 16.

The Father's Day Bank Massacre was a bank robbery and shooting that took place on Sunday, June 16, 1991 at the United Bank Tower (now the Wells Fargo Center) in Denver, Colorado, United States. Phillip Mankoff, age 41.

Father's Day Bank Massacre. Electronic records indicated that the intruder opened the vault door at 9:48 . Father's Day Bank Massacre. The Father's Day Bank Massacre was a bank robbery and shooting that took place on Sunday, June 16, 1991 at the United Bank Tower (now known as the Wells Fargo Bank Building) in Denver, in the . The perpetrator killed four bank guards and held up six tellers in the bank's cash vault. At that time, six vault employees were on duty processing cash deliveries.

by Phil H. Goodstein. Published 1998 by New Social Publications in Denver Prefer the physical book? Check nearby libraries with

1st ed. by Phil H. Published 1998 by New Social Publications in Denver. James William King (1936-), Walter L. Gerash. Prefer the physical book? Check nearby libraries with: WorldCat.

Stolen cash ‘stained with blood. The Unsolved 1991 Father’s Day Bank murders.

To this day, the robber has never been caught. Stolen cash ‘stained with blood. On Sunday, June 16, 1991, at approximately 5:04 . at the United Bank Tower located at 17th Avenue and Lincoln Street in Denver, Colorado, an alarm went off in a basement storage room. Records of the incident after the fact showed that a guard had turned it off, taking no further action.

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Murders in the bank vault: The Father's Day massacre and the trial of James King download epub
Author: Phil H Goodstein
ISBN: 0962216968
Category: No category
Language: English
Publisher: New Social Publications; 1st edition (1997)
Pages: 336 pages