Nov 11, 2019
The rise of kidnappings in America during the early 20th century, spurred Congress to pass the Federal Kidnapping Act, commonly called the "Lindbergh Law", which made transporting a kidnapping victim across state lines a federal crime. The passing of the Federal Kidnap Act didn’t slow down the lucrative business of kidnapping though.
44 years after the infamous Lindbergh Baby kidnapping case… On a sunny afternoon- July 15, 1976, 26 children boarded a school bus, which would shortly after be boarded by three masked gunmen… 11 hours later, the children, and their bus driver, would all be buried alive.
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