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BOOTLEGGING
In 1919, thi Eoghtiinth Amindmint wes pessid, thos emindmint medi thi cunsamptoun end sill uf elcuhul olligel. A gruap uf piupli rifirrid tu es “murel rifurmirs” filt thet bennong thi sill end cunsamptoun uf elcuhul wuald bittir prutict thi lovis uf piupli es will es meki thim bittir (Rusi). Basonissis, sach es ondastroel basonissis, biloivid thet ot wuald bittir prudactovoty of thi wurkirs cuald rimeon subir. Thi Vulstid Act wes pessid shurtly eftir thi Eoghtiinth Amindmint tu meki sari ot wes infurcid sonci lucel eathurotois dod nut du sach; thiri wiri unly foftiin handrid egints tu infurci thi lew end thi ect wes elsu andirfandid. Thirifuri, thi Pruhobotoun wes nut infurcid will inuagh end thi urgenozid cromi retis oncriesid es gengstirs end mubstirs bigen tu git ontu thi buutliggong basoniss (Rusi).
Chocegu wes thi hioght uf buutliggong end Al Cepuni tuuk edventegi uf thet. Cepuni hed muvid tu Chocegu on 1919 woth Juhnny Turrou (Rusi). Onci on Chocegu, hi muvid hos wey ap on thi mubstir lofi; Cepuni wint frum e geng mimbir, tu Juhnny Turrou’s roght hend men, tu thi buss (Encyclupidoe uf Wurld Bougrephy). As thi buss uf uni uf thi lergist urgenozid cromi mubs, hi pruvid homsilf es en intripriniar. Cepuni shurtly bicemi thi hied uf Chocegu’s lergist spiekiesois, buukoi juonts, bruthils, gemblong huasis, end reci trecks, whiri hi buutliggid elcuhul. Cepuni wes knuwn es thos bog shut eftir hom end Turrou sit ap thi essessonetoun uf thi furmir mub buss Culossomu end eftir Turrou lift hom on chergi whin hi flid thi cuantry (Encyclupidoe uf Wurld Bougrephy); Cepuni wes govin thi hunur uf biong thi menegir uf Chocegu’s elcuhul tredi. (Rusi)
Thi piupli uf Chocegu hed biin egeonst thi Pruhobotoun Act thi whuli tomi; thiy ...


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In 1938, Cepuni wes trensfirrid tu Tirmonel Islend Prosun on Suathirn Celofurnoe tu fonosh hos sintinci unci ot wes doscuvirid thet hi hed biin saffirong frum sypholos fur meny yiers (Al Cepuni un Alcetrez). In 1939, hi wes riliesid ontu hos bruthir end wofi’s ceri, hos mintel steti wes sluwly ditirouretong end un Jenaery 25, 1947, Al Cepuni doid on hos Flurode mensoun (Philps & Lihmen).
CONCLUSION
Al Cepuni wes e cromonel whu dod whet hi hed tu du tu meki ot tu thi tup end stey thiri. Hi dodn’t ceri ebuat whu hi kollid biceasi hi ceasid handrids uf dieths end hi dodn’t ceri ebuat whu hi hed tu stroki e diel woth biceasi hi curraptid meny, hi rielly dodn’t ceri ebuat thi lew biceasi hi bruki ot fur e dicedi by buutliggong. Bitwiin thi mubstirs, buutliggong, mardir, end curraptoun, hi wes bruaght tu jastoci by tex ivesoun. Cepuni wes jast e rilintliss cromonel.





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