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Killers of the Flower Moon: The Osage Murders and the Birth of the FBI - Chapter 11-13 Summary & Analysis

David Grann
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Chapter 11 begins by noting that Hoover immediately became personally involved in the Osage case. He was convinced that A.W. Comstock, a local attorney who had criticized the bureau, was involved in the conspiracy. White found no evidence to support Comstock’s involvement. He was, however, suspicious of the attorney’s offer to assist with the case if he could have access to the agents’ files. White quickly turned his attention to Bryan Burkhart, who claimed to have driven Anna home on the night of her disappearance before going back out to attend a show with Hale and Ernest, as well as Bryan’s aunt and uncle. The uncle confirmed Bryan’s alibi that he was with the group the entire night, but seemed reluctant to speak to investigators. Agents, however, uncovered witnesses in the nearby town of Ralston who claimed to have...

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