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Frank Doris

Frank Doris, among other crimes, shot and killed a Philadelphia police officer and was later executed by electric chair.

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Joseph V. O'Connor

Joseph V. O'Connor, aka Joe Connors, was a Camden ship-fitter who was caught up in gang activity and later killed by gunshot.

John Doris - 1929-04-29
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John Doris

John Doris was murdered at Trenton State Prison in 1930, after a fight where he shot a local gangster. His murder was never solved.

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Joseph "Mose" Flannery

Joseph 'Mose' Flannery was a political figure in Camden in the early 1900's, also involved in organized crime. He was murdered, as was his suspected murderer.

Camden, N.J., April 29 -- John Doris, 24, was held today on the charge of shooting John O'Connor, 28, of Gloucester City.
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Shooting May End in Murder Charge

John Doris was held on shooting Joseph O'Connor, and may be charged with murder over a woman and a $5 liquor bill.

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Gangster Shot As Racketeers Open War Here

Joseph Connors, known racketeer of Gloucester City, was shot in Camden after an altercation at a bar over $5. Ten people held for questioning.

Slipping down the same path of crime that led his brother to the electric chair, John Doris, twenty-four, today was held for shooting an underworld character.
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Brother Follows Killer's Footsteps

Slipping down the same path of crime that led his brother to the electric chair, John Doris, twenty-four, today was held for shooting an underworld character.

Assistant Prosecutor Rocco Palese yesterday began to prepare his office to take John Doris to a quick trial for the murder of Joseph "Mose" Flannery.
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Doris Indictment Studied by Police

Assistant Prosecutor Rocco Palese yesterday began to prepare his office to take John Doris to a quick trial for the murder of Joseph "Mose" Flannery.