Sheriff's deputies and federal agents from Bureau of Prohibition raid an illegal liquor still in Downey, California.
Downey California USA Date:1932, October 24 Duration:1 min 43 sec Sound:NO SOUND
A factory site. Signboard reads 'Kearn Tin Insulation Work' outside the factory. A man stacks tin containers. Two men pull a drum over a plank. Sheriff's men arrive at the site firing handguns (dramatization). Holes in window panes due to firing. Three men from factory come out with their hands-up. Federal prohibition agents and local law enforcement pull down tin siding around the factory. They break hose pipes and smash other machinery used in the illegal liquor still. An agent punctures holes in the piled tin containers filled with bootleg moonshine. Liquor gushes from the punctured tins
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