The robbery occurred on October 6, , nearly seven years before the James-Younger Gang held up its first train at Adair, Iowa. The story of the Hoosier train-robbing brothers features brazen acts and international intrigue and has a grisly ending. Renos had been in Indiana since They settled on a farm near Rockford, just north of present-day Seymour. In Wilkinson took a wife, Julia Ann, and began raising a family on the 1,acre property.
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Origins[ edit ] From the beginning of the American Civil War , the state of Missouri had chosen not to secede from the Union but not to fight for it or against it either: Missouri, however, had been the scene of much of the agitation about slavery leading up to the outbreak of the war, and was home to dedicated partisans from both sides. In the mids, local Unionists and Secessionists had begun to battle each other throughout the state, and by the end of , guerrilla warfare erupted between Confederate partisans known as " bushwhackers " and the more organized Union forces. Still, pro-Confederate guerrillas resisted; by early , the Unionist provisional government mobilized a state militia to fight the increasingly organized and deadly partisans. This conflict fought largely, though not exclusively, between Missourians themselves raged until after the fall of Richmond and the surrender of General Robert E.
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Which indictment was as follows: The Grand Jurors for the State of Mississippi, summoned, empaneled, sworn, and charged to inquire in and for the State of Mississippi, and in and for the county of Perry, upon their oath, present, that James Copeland, late of said county, on the 15th day of July, Anno Domini, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-seven, with force and arms in the county of Perry aforesaid, in upon one James A. Harvey, then and there being in the peace of God and the said State of Mississippi, feloniously, willfully and of his malice aforethought, did make an assault; and that the said James Copeland, a certain shot gun, then and there loaded and charged with gun powder and divers leaden shot, which shot gun, so loaded and charged he, the said James Copeland, in both his hands, then and there, had and held, to, at, against and upon the said James A.
Friday, May 4, Nine bodies found hanging off Nuevo Laredo bridge The bodies of four women and five men were found hanging off a bridge in the Mexican border city of Nuevo Laredo with an apparent message from a drug gang, an army official said Friday. The bodies showed signs of beating and torture and "we believe they were members of a criminal gang," the official said, declining to be named. Photographs showed the bodies strung, with their hands tied, along a wide road bridge in the border city in northeast Mexico, across from Laredo, Texas, in a typical sign of score-settling between drug gangs.