Monday, November 28, 2016

I think it is interesting and a dab of synchronicity,  sort of, in different times in history, two women, both named Bonnie and their partners lived on the violent edge with the law after them, and on this month's date the courts' judicial systems were to figure out what to do with them.  

This day in history, November 28, 1720:  Anne Bonnie and Mary Read were tried, found guilty of pirating in Spanish Town, Jamaica. 

However they were both pregnant, which won them stays of execution.

This date November 28, 1933, A Dallas grand jury delivers a murder indictment against Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow for the January 1933 killing of Tarrant County Deputy Malcolm Davis.


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