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Description: May Be Hanged For Perjury
Date: December 21 1894
Newspaper published in: Huntsville, AL
Page/Column: Page 1, Column 3
May Be Hanged for Perjury
ST. LOUIS, Dec. 20.—Annie Bogannes, a negress, may be hanged for swearing falsely. She is charged with committing perjury to effect the death of Jacob Heinz and Henry Kaiser, condemned to be hanged Jan. 22 for the murder of E. E. Brown, in order to secure a portion of the reward offered for the conviction of Brown’s murderers.
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