Scroll to top

Sources: Murder on a Gambling Ship on the High Seas

Los Angeles Times (Calif.), “Two Held in Gambling Barge Killing as Federal Official Says Slayer Identified,” July 20, 1932.

Los Angeles Times (Calif.), “Barge Killing and ‘Suicide’ of Cornered Bandit Declared Result of Gangland Feud,” July 22, 1932.

Los Angeles Times (Calif.), “O’Keefe Faces Federal Court,” July 23, 1932.

Los Angeles Times (Calif.), “Gambling Ship Inquiry Looms,” July 24, 1932.

Los Angeles Times (Calif.), “Sea Death Case to Begin,” Dec. 5, 1932.

Los Angeles Times (Calif.), “Jury Selected to Try O’Keefe,” Dec. 7, 1932.

Los Angeles Times (Calif.), “Woman Offers Death Trial Aid,” Dec. 8, 1932.

Los Angeles Times (Calif.), “Killing Linked to River Gang,” Dec. 9, 1932.

Los Angeles Times (Calif.), “Picture Drawn of Ship Slaying,” Dec. 11, 1932.

Los Angeles Times (Calif.), “Defense Slays State Witness,” Dec. 12, 1932.

Los Angeles Times (Calif.), “O’Keefe Denies Killing on Ship: James Leo O’Keefe,” Dec. 14, 1932.

Los Angeles Times (Calif.), “Barge Murder Trial Near End,” Dec. 15, 1932.

National Crime Syndicate, “He Didn’t ‘Toot’ His Own Horn: The Early Days of Los Angeles With Dr. J. Michael Niotta,” nationalcrimesyndicate.com.

Noir Afloat: Tony Cornero and the Notorious Gambling Ships of Southern California, Ernest Marquez, Angel City Press: Santa Monica, California, 2011.

Reno Evening Gazette (Nev.), “Barge Worker Found Killed,” July 19, 1932.

Reno Evening Gazette (Nev.), “Gang Warfare Breaks Out on West Coast,” July 22, 1932.

Reno Evening Gazette (Nev.), “Gambling War Inquiry Urged,” July 23, 1932.

Reno Evening Gazette (Nev.), “Accused Man Defends Self,” Dec. 10, 1932.

Reno Evening Gazette (Nev.), “Norcross Grants Probation to L.A. Slayer,” Dec. 17, 1932.

Follow by E-mail
Twitter
Visit Us
Follow Me
LinkedIn
Share
RSS