William F. Gettle's kidnappers leave the L.A. County courthouse after being charged with the crime of extortion through the mails. May 28, 1934.
- William F. Gettle's kidnappers leave the L.A. County courthouse after being charged with the crime of extortion through the mails. May 28, 1934.
- Los Angeles Daily News
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- May 28, 1934
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- William F. Gettle's three kidnappers, Larry Kerrigan (center left, in dark hat), James F. Kirk (at Kerrigan's left) and Roy A. Williams (at Williams' left) walk through Los Angeles after leaving the county court house, bound once again for San Quentin penitentiary. The trio had previously pled guilty to the kidnapping of William F. Gettle, wealthy Beverly Hills businessman, and received life sentences at San Quentin penitentiary. However, they were then charged with the crime of attempted extortion through the mails. If convicted of said crime, they would lose the possibility of parole. May 28, 1934.
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