Episode: E154: “Muckraker Murdered” - Walter Liggett


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E154: “Muckraker Murdered” - Walter Liggett

On December 9th, 1935, Walter Liggett pulled up to his house in Minneapolis with his wife and daughter in the car. As soon as he stepped out, he was cut down in a hail of bullets from a passing car. A number of infamous gangsters and politicians were named as potential suspects, but no one has ever been charged for the death of this radical journalist.

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