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May 7, 1931, New Yorkhad the most sensational man hunt ever known."Two gun" Crowley the gunman who didn't smoke or drink and was trapped in his girlfriends apartment on West End Avenue.


One hundred and fifty policemen laid siege to his apartment. They tear-gassed him and mounted their machine guns to surrounding buildings.


For one hour New York residential areas reverberated with the crack of pistol fire and machine guns. Crowley fired incessantly crouched behind an over-stuffed chair.


When Crowley was captured it was told that he was one of the most dangerous criminals in the history of New York, and that he would kill at the drop of a hat.


But How Did "Two Gun" Crowley regard himself?


It was during this frachard between Crowley and the police, that Crowley wrote a letter addressed


"To whom it may concern"


In this blood soaked letter Crowley wrote, "Under my coat is a weary heart, but a kind one, one that would do nobody any harm".


A short time before this Crowley was with his girlfriend on a country road, when a policeman walked up and asked him for his license, without a word Crowley drew his gun, and cut the policeman down.


Crowley jumped out of the car took the revolver from the policeman, and continued to shoot him dead.


Crowley was sentenced to death by electric chair,His last words were not


"This is what I get For Killing People"?


Rather He said "This is what I get for defending Myself"!


The Point Of The Story Is This: Crowley didn't blame himself for anything he had done!


Is that an Unusual Attitude among criminals? If you think so then listen to this...


I've spent the best years of my life giving people the lighter pleasures, helping them have a good time, and all I get is abuse, the existence of a hunted man.


Al Capone said that!


Americas most notorious public enemy. Capone didn't condemn himself, he regarded himself as a public benefactor, he was just unappreciated and misunderstood.


Now if Al Capone, and "Two gun"Crowley along with all those men and women behind prison walls don't blame themselves what about those we come in contact with.


I learnt fairly early in life that it is foolish to scold, you have enough problems overcoming your own troubles with out fretting over the fact that God has not seen fit to distribute evenly, the gift of intelligence.


That 99 times out of 100 people don't criticize themselves no matter how wrong it may be.Criticism is futile because it puts a person on the defensive and usually makes him strive to justify himself.


When your tempted to criticize someone, remember Al Capone and "Two Gun" Crowley, realize that criticisms are like homing pigeons, they always return home.


We must realize that the person we are going to correct and condemn will probably justify themselves and condemn us,all in the same breath.


Instead of condemning people, we need to try to understand them, figure out why they do what they do. It's alot more profitable and it breeds sympathy, tolerance and kindness.


To know all is to forgive all.


God himself does not propose to judge man until the end of his days.


Why Should You And I?


Principle #1. Don't Criticize, Condemn or Complain.


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