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Al Capone (III) (1899–1947)

Infamous Chicago gangster Al Capone was born in the tough Williamsburgh section of Brooklyn, NY, the fourth of nine children of Italian immigrants from Naples. Capone was a born sociopath. In the sixth grade he beat up a teacher and promptly quit school. He picked up his education from the streets, "making his bones" when he joined the notorious ... See full bio »

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In March 1929, President Herbert Hoover launched a multi-agency attack on Capone. The Treasury and Justice Departments started systematically targeting Chicago gangsters for income tax prosecutions. Newspaper publisher Walter A. Strong had convinced Hoover that Capone had become a leading threat to the nation. See more »


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