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Capone (colorized) – 201 viewsMuggy
Obvious Photoshop – 142 viewsClearly this photo has been either photoshopped
or similarly edited. Capone-s texture is different
from that of Chaplin and the women he is with.

Mind you I just love the expression on the woman
standing to the left of Capone. lol
al capone colourized.jpg
Capone (colorized 2) – 158 views2 commentsMuggy
capone in florida c.1929.jpg
Al Capone in South Florida c.1929 – 122 viewsMuggy
capone and sonny.jpg
Al Capone and Sonny – 133 viewsThis photo of Al and his son Sonny was taken on
September 9th 1931. It was at a charity game
between the Chicago White Sox and Chicago Cubs.
The game ended with the Cubs winning 3-0
Rare Photo of Al Capone – 135 viewsEarly daysMuggy
Jack Ignazio Dragna – 124 viewsJack Ignatius Dragna (April 18, 1891 – February 23, 1956) was an American Mafia member and
Black Hander who was active in both Italy and the United States in the 20th century. He
was active in bootlegging in California during the Prohibition Era in the United States. In
1931, he succeeded Joseph Ardizzone as the boss of the Los Angeles crime family after
Ardizzone-s mysterious disappearance and death in 1931. Both James Ragen and Earl Warren
dubbed Dragna the (Capone of Los Angeles). Dragna remained the boss of the Los Angeles crime family from 1931 until his death in 1956.
Joe Profaci – 111 viewsGiuseppe (Joe) Profaci (October 2, 1897–June 7, 1962) was a New York Cosa Nostra boss who was
the founder of what is today known as the Colombo crime family. Established in 1928, this was the
last of the Five Families to be organized. He was the Colombo Crime Family boss for over three decades.
Bonnie and Clyde death scene – 169 viewsBonnie and Clyde after ambush, their bodies are still in car.1 commentsMuggy
Vito Genovese – 113 viewsOnce the boss of the Genovese Crime Family.Muggy
Abe Bernstein.jpg
Abe Bernstein – 133 viewsAbe Bernstein (c. 1892 – March 7, 1968) was a Detroit, Michigan gangster and a leader of the infamous Prohibition-era Purple Gang with his brothers Joseph Bernstein, Raymond Bernstein, and Isadore Bernstein. Born in New York, Abe Bernstein and his brothers moved to Detroit in their youth. During their teenage years, they joined a juvenile street gang that was the precursor to the adult Purple Gang. By the beginning of Prohibition, Bernstein and his brothers had emerged as leading members of the gang.

As the Purple Gang members grew older, they quickly gained a reputation along the Detroit waterfront as ruthless and violent hijackers. However, they normally attracted little attention from police as their victims were usually either rumrunners or rival gangs such as the Little Jewish Navy.
The Purple Gang – 141 viewsLed by Abe Bernstein, the Purple Gang was a mob of bootleggers and hijackers who operated out of Detroit, Michigan in the 1920s. This group of mostly young Jewish immigrants got its start in the Hasting Street neighborhood known as Paradise Valley in Detroit\'s Lower East Side. — for further reading
Anthony (Tony Bender) Strollo.jpg
Anthony (Tony Bender) Strollo (hat) – 140 viewsFormer high ranking capo in the Genovese Family.
He had connections with Joe Valachi (the first to
break the omerta and brought the name of Cosa
Nostra to public attention). He was depicted in the
1972 film The Valachi Papers, starring Charles Bronson
as Joe Valachi; Guido Leontini as Tony Bender. If you
can, check out the film.
Alleged Mafia Members c.1928 – 177 viewsMobsters rounded up by the Cleveland Police Department in 1928 at the Statler Hotel.Muggy
Dutch Schultz – 166 viewsDutch Schultz (born Arthur Flegenheimer; August 6, 1901 – October 24, 1935)
was a New York City-area German-Jewish American mobster of the 1920s and
1930s who made his fortune in organized crime-related activities such as
bootlegging alcohol and the numbers racket. Weakened by two tax evasion
trials led by prosecutor Thomas Dewey, Schultz-s rackets were threatened by
fellow mobster Lucky Luciano. In an effort to avert his conviction, Schultz
asked the Commission for permission to kill Dewey, which they declined.
After Schultz disobeyed the Commission and attempted to carry out the hit,
they ordered his assassination in 1935.
Frank (The Enforcer) Nitti [center] – 171 viewsFrancesco Raffaele Nitto (January 27, 1886 – March 19, 1943), also known as Frank The Enforcer Nitti,
was an Italian American gangster. One of Al Capone-s top henchmen, Nitti was in charge of all strong-arm
and muscle operations. Nitti was later the front-man for the Chicago Outfit, the organized crime
syndicate headed by Capone.
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