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Union Station made headlines on June 17, 1933, as four unarmed FBI agents were gunned down by gang members attempting to free captured fugitive Frank Nash. Nash was also killed in the gun battle. The “Kansas City Massacre” highlighted the lawlessness of Kansas City under the Pendergast Machine and resulted in the arming of all FBI agents.Different stories emerge about the Kansas City Massacre that took place 1933. FBI had different accounts than what the press published. Frank Nash was most likely shot by accident. One of the FBI agents was showing a new gun to his comrade when it went off by accident, killing Nash. One possible bullet hole remains in the marble on the exterior of the building. FBI forensics experts have not been able to establish if the hole was indeed from bullets of that massacre.
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