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On April 15,1920, a paymaster and his guard were carrying $15,776 through the main street of South Brain tree, Massachusetts. Two men suddenly pulled out guns and fired on them. The gunmen snatched up the cash boxes and ran away.
Three weeks later, on the evening of May 5, 1920, two Italians, Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti, fell into a police trap. Although originally not under suspicion Sacco & Vanzetti, both were carrying guns and when questioned by the authorities they lied. As a result they were eventually indicted for the South Braintree crimes.
Vanzetti was tried first in the summer of 1920 on the lesser of the two charges, the failed Bridgewater robbery
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