Crime Wave Coming

Will the U.S. experience a great crime wave after the war? The head FBIman in New York thinks it will. Said E. E. Conroy to a convention of National Armored Car Operators in Manhattan: The crimes will come from: 1) the present increase of juvenile delinquency; 2) the drafting of young policemen; 3) the return of ten million veterans "trained to kill," with Commando-men presenting a special menace because they are trained to kill "skillfully and soundlessly." To help get ready, announced Agent Conroy, the FBI will double enrollment at its Police...

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