LAPD archives offer a look at eight decades of criminality from mobsters to modern day gangbangers by way of mug shots, crime scenes and of course, grisly photos of murder victims. Join Vicki Curry as she heads down to the LAPD photo files for peek at black-and-white crime photos that seem to come straight out of an old Hollywood crime film.
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