The Wall Street bombing of 1920.

We still don’t know who did it.

Wall Street in Manhattan New York is always lively. Thursday, September 16th, was no exception to that. It was noon and everyone was rushing to get lunch or hurrying to return back to work. A horse-drawn wagon was slowly making its way through the crowd and stopped across the street from the headquarters of J. P. Morgan & Co bank. What was inside the wagon? 100 pounds of dynamite and 500 pounds of cast-iron weights.

The driver of the wagon had been spotted getting out and then disappearing into…

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