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Tango0131 Dec 2018 3:26 p.m. PST


"Velvalee Dickinson whirled around on the two FBI men and tried to scratch out their eyes. It was January 21, 1944. The agents had staked out the vault at the Bank of New York, waiting for Dickinson to walk in and open her safe-deposit box, and as soon as she did, unlocking a drawer that contained $15,900 USD in cash, the FBI agents said they had a warrant for her arrest. Dickinson shouted that she didn't know why. She was fifty years old, a widow, a frail-looking ninety-four pounds, with brunette hair. She made such a kicking commotion that the men had to pick her up by the armpits and carry her away…."
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Legion 401 Jan 2019 8:35 a.m. PST

Yep, there were so many behind the scenes in WWII, like this gal that made a big difference. It's good to read your enemies' mail, etc. evil grin

Tango0101 Jan 2019 11:06 a.m. PST



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