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He Yanked the Baby from Her Arms Before He Killed Her

The Breeland Triple Murders in “Bloody Tangipahoa”

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When John Saal was sworn in as the Sheriff in Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana, it was a dangerous job to have. In the early 1900s, Tangipahoa was second only to New Orleans in crime and murders. It had such a bad reputation, people referred to it as “Bloody Tangipahoa”.




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