By Robert Unger
The Union Station bloodbath tells the tale of ways a bloody shoot-out in Kansas urban in 1933 grew to become the lynchpin for J. Edgar Hoover’s winning transformation of the FBI from a powerless sub-agency right into a law-enforcement juggernaut. utilizing doubtful authority and outright lies, Hoover’s FBI grew to become the bloodbath case right into a witch-hunt for “Pretty Boy” Floyd and Adam Richetti. Floyd was once gunned down in a box in Ohio, and Richetti was once convicted of homicide and finished, in keeping with perjured testimony and manipulated proof. the entire whereas, the FBI scrupulously refrained from the reality. The Union Station bloodbath strips away years of legend to bare what actually occurred that June day in 1933. the tale it tells will swap the best way american citizens examine J. Edgar Hoover and the FBI.