Includes bibliographical references (p. 109) and index.
|Statement||Karen L. Trespacz.|
|Genre||Trials, litigation, etc., Juvenile literature.|
|Series||Headline court cases|
|LC Classifications||KF224.C355 T74 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||112 p. :|
|Number of Pages||112|
|LC Control Number||00012168|
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The Trial of Al Capone – How the Real Untouchables Brought Him Down Shortly before the trial of Al Capone, an I.R.S. informant named Eddie O’Hare sought out the lead agent, Frank Wilson . Al Capone Trial () Al Capone, head of the most profitable crime syndicate of the Prohibition Era and mastermind of the notorious "Valentine's Day Massacre,"seemed above the law. In the end, however, Capone would be brought to justice not for murder, extortion, or bootlegging, but for failing to pay his income tax. The Rise And Fall Of Gangster Al Capone Jonathan Eig's book Get Capone reveals new insights about the famous Chicago gangster — including how . Al Capone, head of the most profitable crime syndicate of the Prohibition Era and mastermind of the notorious "Valentine's Day Massacre," seemed above the law. In the end, however, Capone would be brought to justice not for murder, extortion, or bootlegging, but for failing to pay his income tax.
Al Capone, American Prohibition-era gangster who dominated organized crime in Chicago from to In Capone was indicted for federal income-tax evasion and was tried, found guilty, and sentenced to 11 years in prison. He was confined in the Atlanta penitentiary and Alcatraz before being released in Al Capone is the inspiration for the central character of Tony Camonte in Armitage Trail's novel Scarface (), which was adapted into the film. The novel was later adapted again in with the central character of Tony Montana. Jack Bilbo claimed to have been a bodyguard for Capone in his book Carrying a Gun for Al Capone ().Occupation: Gangster, bootlegger, racketeer, boss of . Author Karen L. Trespacz introduces readers to the life and times of gangster Al Capone in Chicago. The focus then shifts to the U.S. government's plan to charge Capone with tax evasion, failure to pay his taxes. This was the only criminal charge officials could prove Capone had committed. First indepth research into Al and the gangster players of that era. No internet back then, so lots of leg work! () Fred Pasley's bio on Al Capone. Al okayed the book and is not too incriminating towards Al. It's a must have in any library mainly because the book was written during that era when Al was still king. The trial of Al.