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John Dillinger was the most brazen of the infamous criminals of the Great Depression, and probably the most brutal. In 1933, Dillinger rampaged through the state of Indiana, stealing thousands from banks and murdering a dozen people. His habit of breaking out of jail and consistently outrunning the law earned him the nickname “Jackrabbit” and the title of America’s “Public Enemy #1.”