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3 Famous Texas Rangers (Not Including Chuck Norris)

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However, Hamer wasn’t solely reliant on violence. When the government had explicitly stated that bounties for bank robbers would be doled out only if the robbers were killed, Hamer realized that unscrupulous men were setting up their partners for fake robberies and then killing them to acquire the reward. By going to the press he was able to expose the schemes and have the policy changed – a testament to his quick thinking and ability of non-violent solutions. It was his intelligence as well as his quick hands that allowed him to die peacefully of natural causes in 1955.

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