Today in True Crime History: November 30

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1925 — Three federal Prohibition officers are put on trial for murder. They were accused of killing a man who resisted arrest when he operated an illegal liquor distillery.

1962 — Lowell Lee Andrews is executed following the murders of his mother, father, and sister.

1989 — Aileen Wuornos kills her first victim, Richard Mallory. In the span of a year, Wuornos would murder eight men. In 1991, she was arrested. She was executed in 2002.