Al Capone And Organized Crime In The 1920's

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Prostitution and murders were also crimes that made gangsters quick and easy money. Alphonse Capone was the biggest force in organized crime. He started his career of crime in Boston as an apprentice to Johnny Torrio. There he earned the unforgettable nickname "Scarface." It was in a bar when Capone made some rude comments about a woman...
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Minutes later, the woman's brother sliced Capone in the face. This man was a friend of Charles "Lucky" Luciano. Al Capone was punished and forced to apologize. Al Capone did not become a leader until he went to Chicago. At the time he was still an apprentice to Johnny Torrio. In the middle of the gang violence and bootlegging was Chicago, the government was very weak which made it easier to do crime...
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