Mad Dogs Live… on East 13th St…

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Weegee, Naked City, 1945, p. 163. (In the Line-Up Room.)

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Weegee the Famous, 1977, p. 77. (Booked on suspicion of killing a policeman, 1939)

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Weegee’s New York, 1984, p. 91. (Copkiller, 1939)

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Weegee, Side Photographic Gallery. (Killed a cop in a hold up)

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Weegee’s World, 1997, pp. 80-81. (Anthony Esposito, Accused “Cop Killer”)

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Weegee, Berinson, 2007, p. 162. (Tuer de flic)

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Weegee, Elevator to the Gallows, 2009, pp.120-121. (Esposito Cop Killer)

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Google Street View, 420 East 11th St., 2014
Apparently the Esposito brothers grew up (or, were “reared”) in “‘four filthy-appearing rooms’ in the rear of a tiny and unprofitbable grocery store at 420 East Eleventh Street.” New York Herald Tribune, January 16, 1941

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Google Street View, 424 East 13th St., 2014
Sister Lena DeStefano lived (after they were arrested, the Esposito’s used the DeStefano alias) at 424 East 13th St, and perhaps the Mad Dogs did as well, according to the New York Post, January 16, 1941…

(Cleaning up after a Mad Dog?)

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To be continued…

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