Forensic photographs from police archives reveal the seedy underbelly of 1930s LA

Mail Online | 3/11/1929 | Jessica Green;George Martin For Mailonline
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These intriguing photographs have captured real-life crime scenes as taken by the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) in the early to mid twentieth century.

The collection of images showcase both the amusing times had by the police force since 1925, as well as the more disturbing instances that have had to be dealt with.

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One chilling image shows two men slain over their spaghetti at an Italian restaurant in an alleged mafia hit, while another captures a murder victim who had his throat slashed in his car in 1929.

Meanwhile, a...
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