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A Blast From the FBI's Past

By Allison Emm Sep 18, 2012

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FBI.gov

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Lester M. Gillis, aka "Baby Face"

Don’t let this youthful-looking little guy fool you. He may have been vertically challenged, but he was one of the most notorious robbers and murderers of the 1930s. Arrested at the tender age of 12 for shooting another child, Baby Face grew up to kill more FBI agents in the line of duty than any other person.

Tags: slideshows, life, spies, fbi, 1930s, gangsters

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Allison Emm

Allison Emm is a writer, illustrator, and handmade soap enthusiast hailing from Boulder, CO. She is fond of bookish and ruggedly handsome mountain men, blue spruce trees, birds of prey, starships, and yarn. See more of her high jinks at www.AllisonEmm.com, and follow her on Twitter @Allison_Emm.

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