Infamous Duo: Bonnie And Clyde

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Infamous Duo In the middle of the Great Depression, a villanus group arose making citizens tremble. They were the leaders of the Barrow Gang known as Bonnie and Clyde. They are well known throughout the United States and even to this day they are remembered as lovers in crime. An infamous duo, Bonnie and Clyde, with fate binding them together created a phenomenon of mischief and mayhem.
Clyde Barrow, as a young lad he had lived in poverty which affected not only his views, but his mind set. Nevertheless the boy still looked at other opportunities, such as music. He once had been able to play the saxophone, he loved the binding of the notes how they blended together and created a wondurus spell. Yet being impoverished crushed his dream before it could even start. Afterwards he constructed himself as an individual worthless, until his brother Buck introduced him to a life of crime. While Clyde was doing heinous acts or before Bonnie was in school. She had shown no sign of becoming a criminal. Her teacher had said she was an excellent student and she would do great things. After High School however she got married to a man named Roy Thornton, she had been fifthteen years old at the time. Yet with the disillusionment of her marriage she would have never met Clyde (Bonnie Parker, Clyde Barrow).
Clyde who had been up to no good with his brother Buck, they were petty thieves at first terrorizing local store owners and robbing people off the street. Buck had been caught in one of

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