Al Capone

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United States gangster who terrorized Chicago during prohibition until arrested for tax evasion (1899-1947)

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While facing Legion of Doom and Al Capone won't be easy for the Legends, it seems that the new generation of time police shouldn't worry that much, as Mick - a.
A: Well, Al Capone was known to have favored the Colt Pocket Hammerless, and the serial number places your grandfather's gun's date of manufacture at 1925, so who knows?
7 SCARFACE (1932) IT is said Al Capone enjoyed this movie so much he had his own copy.
Al Capone, for example, the gangster who prospered during America's prohibition era, loved playing golf, once managing to smuggle himself out of the US using a false identity in order to play - and claim his full compliment of shots - at the Old Course at St Andrews, Turnberry and Muirfield.
Al Capone was also a Chicago guy, well known for what he did best - crime.
Certainly, it is a well-researched effort, recalling the career of Al Capone, one of the most notorious crime bosses in the history of the United States.
In the dead of night he would transport casks of Spey via secret tunnels from Seaham Hall to the harbour, where it was shipped across the Atlantic to be allegedly enjoyed by infamous gangster Al Capone.
A MEXICAN drug lord has been named as the first public enemy No1 in the US since Al Capone.
A DRUG kingpin in Mexico is being named as Chicago's Public Enemy No 1 - a label first given to gangster Al Capone and one that hasn't been used since the 1930s.
Al Capone Does My Shirts by Gennifer Choldenko (Putnam, 2004)
I have good reason to believe that Al Capone was not as responsible for those cold-blooded murders as history has written, but all the same, how could I bring such a terrible complication into our family life?
Some of the wrestlers would stay at the hotel and he has a photo of wrestler Dave Smith, who fought under the name Al Capone.
como agente de la Oficina de la Prohibicion, cuya funcion era asegurar el cumplimiento del Acta Volstead--que prohibia la produccion , transporte y venta de bebidas intoxicantes--, mediante redadas en las destilerias y rutas de distribucion de licor del ganster Al Capone.
Summary: A revolver owned and used by Al Capone is due to go under the hammer at Christie's auction house in London.