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October 17 1931

By Patrick Van Roy On October 17th, 2020

Brooklyn native Al Capone is brought to justice after a violent criminal career, but it’s not a rival’s bullets or a murder conviction that finally does him in. The 32-year-old known as ‘Scarface’ is convicted on tax evasion charges and sentenced to a prison term of 11 years.

11 Responses to “October 17 1931”

  1. November 3 2020

    A New York mobster’s career ends with taxes due.

    (Too easy a penalty kick to ignore)

  2. Good one Paul 🙂

  3. lol

  4. The

    REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE

    is strong in Paul

  5. Eh?

  6. Djaym suffers from Trump Devotion Syndrome. Be kind to him. There is no cure.

  7. He obviously doesn’t suffer from a sense of humour.

  8. I’m trying to work out what word he was trying to type when his finger got stuck on the E button !

  9. It’s not fair to compare Trump to Capone. Yes, they have tax-dodging in common, but Capone is what Trump’s Klan dad (and maybe Trump himself) would have referred to as a Guinea. I wonder has he ever referred to Crooked Rudy as a Guinea?

    https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=guinea%2C%20goomba%2C%20wop%2C%20dago

  10. That word used to be common here.

    I rarely hear it now.

  11. I first came across it in The Godfather set in the 1940s.

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