sacco and vanzetti
Aaron walker,jarrod volker,christian lipscomb
he was a Italian immigrant. Saco was a shoe maker. he was always working with with his partner Vanzetti. he immigrated to the usa at the age of 17 years of age. he was in a trial and was commuted guilty on second degree murder. he was ranked as one of the most dangerous enemies in the usa. there was lots of evidence that Sacco was at Boston's north end, during the crime. he and Vanzetti killed two men in a shoe robbery.
He was also a Italian immigrant. he was a follower of luigi galena.
they placed bombs and had a long trial over it.they were proven guilty. one of the bombs was part of the red scare. package sent to Georgia and exploded in one of the maidens hand.
description of incidents
On April 16, one day after the robbery-murders, the Federal Immigration Service called local police chief Michael E. Stewart to discuss Galleanist and anarchist Ferruccio Coacci, whom he had arrested on their behalf two years earlier. Coacci had succeeded in postponing his deportation until April 15, 1920, the day of the Braintree holdup. The FIS asked Stewart to investigate Coacci's excuse that he had failed to report for deportation on April 15 because his wife had fallen ill.