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Al Capone was born on January 17 1899 in Brooklyn New York of an immigrant family Capone quit school after he had finished the sixth grade and associated with many notorious gangs in the city Al Capone was famous for being Americas best-known gangster and the single greatest symbol of the collapse of law and order in the United States during the 1920s Prohibition era He grew up in a very rough and dangerous part of town and was a member of two street gangs Between als frauds he was a store clerk a pinboy in a bowling alley and a cutter in a bookbindery As soon as he could Capone was back out in Manhattan with another gang called the Five Points gang Scarface Capones nickname was made by a confrontation at Harvard In where he bartended In 1918 Capone met a young lady named Mary Coughlin at a dance which soon came to be the mother of his child on December 4th that year They named their son Albert Sonny FrancisAl Capone was known for being the leader of Chicago Any Drug Alcohol or murder that went down in Chicago you knew Capone was in it Capone was in and out of jails prisons and penitentiaries his whole life He lived like a king everywhere he went and everyone knew who he was That all ended for Capone when he was sent Alcatraz from Atlanta He knew he had known chance in there Letters sent to Alcatraz were monitored and written again by the guards only one visitor a month and it was on a island were know one could just walk up to and be let in The Valentine Massacre was one of the biggest crimes Capone said to have been associated with Until this day they do not know who all was involved but it was the bloodiest murder scene ever Men were lined up against a garage and all blown
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