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The early days of the Mob and there Italian hertiage came to the United States areound the 1890s Most of the Mob was located and running their businesses out of New York New York was be3ggining to become small since there were so many families trying to run the city So in 1931 a phase coined together by Lucky Luciana and Meyer lansky was started in ChicagoChicagos first real Mobster was a man by the name of James Big Jim Colosimo Colosimo ran many whorehouses in Chicago and took a cut of 60 on each one Colosimo had a right hand man by the name of John Torrio John Torrio was a business man at heart and realized the vast potentioal that he could make of the bootlegging of booze torrio constantly tried to convince Colosimo of the profit that could be made off of illegal alcohol After so many nos Torrio went and recruited a man by the name of Alfonse Capone bettter know as Al Capone or Scarface Capone was a man who liked to fix things the quick way and soon became Torrios body guard chauffeur and right hand man With the help of Capone Torrio made his move on Colomiso and on May 20th 1920 Jim Colosimo was shot while eating in his caf With everyone else gone Torrio simply took over the organazation and if anyone had a problem they would be referred to Mr Capone to discuss matters After five years on top the situation got a little hot for Torrio he was blasted by a shotgun and four bullets Torrio fought off death and then at the age of 43 and with 30 million dollars in his pocket said its all yours Al I retireAt the age of 26 Al Capone became the leader of the largest criminal organazation in America and had over one thousand employees Those would include most of the police force judges alderman attourneys
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