Wednesday, May 19, 2010
And we're back
Tan, rested and ready. So without any further ado- On this date back in 1930 Twenty-five year old Jack Valenti was found in a vacant lot in Brooklyn where four bullets had, “…ripped holes in his face and head…” Though they did not elaborate, police said that Valenti had plans to kill another gangster who had killed one of Valenti’s gangster relatives and that he “Talked out of turn” before he was able to do the job. He had a record of four arrests since 1926 one of which, in August of 1929 for felonious assault, led to a conviction but he was able to get the charge reduced to disorderly conduct and got off with only paying a $100 fine.