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Al Capone

Noun, 1. Al Capone - United States gangster who terrorized Chicago during prohibition until arrested for tax evasion (1899-1947).

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Literature Circle Guide to AL CAPONE DOES MY SHIRTS by
promise that Al Capone is among the convicts assigned to laundry duty on Alcatraz. Gradually note to Al Capone, asking him to help Natalie.
Al Capone Does My Shirts - WakeGOV
Al Capone Does My Shirts was the most challenging book I've yet to write. From the website: http://www.choldenko.
Moose is fascinated by the fact that famous criminals, such as Al Capone, are in cells just feet beyond where he is walking.
Al Capone: Savvy Businessman or Victim of Prejudice and Disease?
Al Capone. The name sends shivers down many spines, conjures up images of bloodied corpses and brings to mind tales of ruthless extortion.
Al Capone Shines My Shoes Discussion Guide
Al Capone Shines My Shoes dives straight back into the world of Alcatraz.

Suggested News Resources

Police target gangs with 'Al Capone raids'
Two men were arrested today as part of an "Al Capone"-style operation targeting violent gang members. Officers raided two addresses, in Walthamstow and Leyton, seizing more than £1000 and hundreds of cannabis plants.
Al Capone had nothing on Miami
of the biggest takedowns since the feds nailed Al Capone. Except Al Capone may have had more redeeming qualities than the Hurricanes. It's time for the NCAA to rid the college football landscape of the stench emanating from the shores of South Beach.
Al Capone's son threatened hit on Ted Kennedy after Robert Kennedy's assassination
Take a cue from Al Capone
Take a cue from the indictment of Al Capone. If you can't get the Helicopter-gate culprits one way, get them some other way. Capone got nailed for tax evasion, rather than for racketeering, murder, gambling, and prostitution.
Scrap-metal seller saw opportunity in Al Capone artifact
By Alyssa Noel, The Province August 17, 2011 A brass propeller once owned by Chicago mob boss Al Capone was stolen from the front yard of a residence early Friday.

Suggested Web Resources

Al Capone - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Alphonse Gabriel "Al" Capone (January 17, 1899 – January 25, 1947) was an American gangster who led a Prohibition-era crime syndicate.
FBI — Al Capone
Al Capone on Alcatraz
Al Capone at Alcatraz. Al Capone still remains one of the most notable residents of "the Rock.
Al Capone: Chicago's Most Infamous Mob Boss — Made In America
An in-depth article by Marilyn Bardsley on the Prohibition Era gang boss of Chicago.
Biography: Al Capone
The most notorious gangster in the history of the nation, Alphonse Capone, better known to most as Al Capone or Scarface, ran Chicago with blood and guns.

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