al capone

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History

 

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Regina P

 

Date added:

October 3, 2012

 

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University

 

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B

 

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He had arrived late, seen the police car, and left the scene. Despite all this, Capone didn't think of himself as a bad guy. He considered himself to be a fine, upstanding member of the Italian American community. His rackets employed thousands of hard working people, and his booze whet the whistles of almost everyone in a town that was denied alcohol by its government...
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He was a loving father, and sincerely cared for his wife, though he cheated on her quite a bit. His son, "Sonny" was born with congenital syphillis, and was constantly sick. Al always remained near his sons side when bouts of the illness took over, and he provided for the best medical care possible for the boy...
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