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    Al Capone (1899-1947) was immersed in crime activity from childhood when he joined the James Street Boys and then the Five Points Gang. He came by his nickname, Scarface, early in life when he was slashed across his left cheek in a barroom fight, leaving a prominent scar. He was an infamous criminal who rose through the ranks of crime by taking over crime territories, and assassinating crime bosses and gangs. Prohibition gave him another means to make large amounts of money when he began bootlegging

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    Al Capone was the son of two poor Italian immigrants, which at that time in history meant you didn't matter, so he had to find guidance with the only people that took an interest in him but unfourtnally for him it was some of the biggest mob leaders in New York. Even with that kind of influence hard to believe that a once soft spoken, intelligent kid from a good family would grow up to run a major city with blood, bullets, and booze. First, Capone's lack of tolerance for authority and people who

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    kitchen after the stock market crash of 1929 was Al Capone. The very same as long time Chicago Public Enemy Number one. Not only is he known for his violent temper and illegal activities, but also his strong loyalty and honor. Throughout his life he did many terrible deeds and broke many laws, but he also helped a lot of people. Some people are conflicted on their judgement about Al Capone but it is quite obvious that he was very complex man. Al Capone had a well known reputation as a bad man; however

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    Al Capone is one of America's most feared, greatest-known gangsters and the utmost symbol of the fail of law and order in the United States during the 1920’s Prohibition era. Alphonse Capone was born on January 17, 1899, in Naples, Italy. He and his family later immigrated to the United States. They settled in Brooklyn, New York (“Capone, Alphonse”). Al Capone was a ruthless, violent, horrifying gangster. He was very organized and set on his high income. In 1920’s and 1930’s, Capone was the most

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    death Al Capone lived a life full of gangs and violence. Being part of a gang started early when he was in New York and spread into his life in Chicago, when he joined part of Torrios operation committing and conducting crimes. Capone was arrested a lot but lack of evidence almost always kept him out of jail; Capone was a sneaky, intelligent business man that ruled the streets of Chicago. January 17, 1899 Alphonse Gabriel Capone was born to Gabriele and Teresina Capone (about.com). Capone was the

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    Al Capone, America’s most prominent Mafia figure in the 1920’s, also known as “Scarface” for a scar running down his left cheek. Capone didn’t hide in the shadows like most figures in such a shady occupation. He didn’t shy away from the camera, more like he welcomed it, and aimed to be seen by the public as a respectable businessman and a pillar of the community. Surprisingly, Capone wasn’t from a distinctly poor community, his father earned a living as a barber. Capone was introduced to the gang

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    Al Capone

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    Notorious Mobster In the “roaring” 20’s, Alphonse Capone was one of the most notorious mobsters. From the start of his life Capone was involved with small gangs, his involvement only growing bigger as he aged. Capone was not only ruthless, and notorious, but in his days, he was very feared. He never let anyone get in the way of his mob or his desires. Capone was treated like a celebrity in the “Roaring 20’s” and his power lasted a long time. Al Capone was born on January 17, 1899, in Brooklyn, New

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    Al Capone

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    is consumed at sporting events, restaurants, and even church gatherings. However, less than a hundred years ago the prohibition movement was one of the greatest conflicts in the early century. The demand for liquor was in high demand and Alphonse Capone was the man with the solution. In the early twentieth century, many states started making the consumption of alcohol illegal, and by January 6, 1919, the United States government added the eighteenth amendment to our Constitution prohibiting the

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    Crime Causation Al Capone The ultimate symbol of a gangster rule is a man the name of Alphonse Capone, nickname Al Capone, who dominates the Chicago underworld crimes: such as illegal gambling, prostitution, and alcohol during prohibition. Capone's life of gang activates at a very young age, created a multi-million dollar empire of crimes in Chicago. He has been referred to as one of the most notorious criminals of all time. (Stockdale 45). He was a smart businessman, good family man, and a generous

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    Al Capone: A Biography written by Luciano Iorizzo captures the notorious life and legacy of the legendary crime leader Alphonse Capone. For over 70 years, Al Capone has been associated with wealth, violence, and corruption. As America's most infamous criminal, he has intrigued, attracted, and repulsed the general public with his famed criminal deeds. Al Capone: A Biography gives a detailed look into Capone’s life from birth to death, separating the myth from the man. His name will forever be

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