Eugene A. Clancy

Eugene Clancy, the leader of the Structural Iron Workers' Union in San Francisco, was believed by the prosecution to be one of the labor leaders, along with Anton Johannsen and Olaf Tveitmoe, to be behind the bombing of the Los Angeles Times. Clancy was later convicted in Indiana and sentenced to six years in prison as part of the Dynamite conspiracy trial that stemmed from the investigation into the bombing of the Los Angeles Times. The trial, which began on October 1, 1912, was considered the largest criminal conspiracy trial in American history up to that time.