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How Did Al Capone Become the New Hitler?
Al Capone bankrolled Republicans,” writes the Sun columnist before conceding that “not all Republicans are thugs.
Gun obsessed veteran, 78, jailed for keeping huge arsenal including Al Capone ...
But his obsession with firearms led to him amassing a terrifying arsenal of illegal weapons, including nine handguns and an Al Capone-style Tommy gun - all in full working order.
Los Angeles City Jail Where Al Capone Once Bunked Set for Makeover
A dingy former Los Angeles city jail, once home to Al Capone, the site of numerous film and TV shoots and the subject of urban legend, is set for a makeover as city officials are asking developers for ideas on how to revamp it.
Joey Bosa's great-grandfather was once Al Capone's bodyguard and a Chicago ...
Accardo, known to his mob associates as "Joey Batters," or just "Joe B." for short, was a heavy hitter in Chicago, figuratively and literally. Al Capone gave him the nickname after Accardo allegedly killed two guys with a baseball bat.
For its 30th anniversay, we watched 'Al Capone's Vaults' with Geraldo Rivera ...
Watch, in its entirety, "The Mystery of Al Capone's Vaults." The Geraldo Rivera-hosted, two-hour, live television event on April 21, 1986, explored the depths of the Lexington Hotel for signs of Chicago gangster Al Capone's rumored treasures.

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