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...st two months later Bonnie and Clyde were on their way back to their hideout to meet up with the rest of their gang in Bienville Parish, Louisiana, no doubt to plan a new heist, they were caught off guard by a squadron of different police. The group consisted of two F.B.I agents, Two Texas rangers, Three Louisiana marshals and one county law man. Bonnie and Clyde were killed by an array of gunfire on May 23, 1934 in Bienville Perish Louisiana with more than 150 bullets sprayed by the law men. When the couple was killed and an inventory of their belongings was taken it was found that they had a portable Kodak box camera with many black and white pictures of them summiting crimes and them inside their hangout and finally them in front of their car, machine guns held high. I believe that bonnie and Clyde were the inspiration to many great mobsters, robbers and killers.
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