Murder nourished last week in Chicago, in one of the most remarkable obstructions of justice ever reported.
On Dec. 6, 1930, six men with a machine-gun held up the State Bank of Clearing, 111., made off with $60,000 in cash. Last April officials of the bank identified as the gang's leader one Daniel McGeoghegan, once condemned to death or murder, a hoodlum and beer runner on the Chicago Crime Commission's list of public enemies.
At the trial one man hung the jury. Last week Assistant State's Attorney...