Mystery Illustration 102

What type of publication is this dramatic illustration from? A true-crime magazine? A government report on urban violence? Publicity for a cop movie?

The answer is here.

Or after the jump.

Man, 1970 was intense!

     Posted By: Paul - Sat Aug 07, 2021
     Category: Photography and Photographers | 1970s | Weapons





Comments
I found this especially interesting, because I'm also a member of the Class of 1970, from the University of Wisconsin. Our yearbook for that year included a scratch and sniff card with the all too familiar smell of tear gas. The gas was used because my campus had huge anti-war protests all four years I attended. By the way, I still have all the yearbooks from those four years.
Posted by Fritz on 08/07/21 at 09:52 AM
This might be the coolest yearbook in the history of yearbooks.
Posted by Yudith on 08/08/21 at 06:11 AM
It might have been slightly more impressive if the gun had been loaded.
Posted by Phideaux on 08/08/21 at 03:04 PM









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