died of heart failure
at the age of 48
on January 25, 1947
Alphonse "Al" Capone was one of the most famous U.S. gangsters during the 1930s, a Chicago-based boss involved in illegal gambling, bootlegging (illegal alcohol) and prostitution. Al Capone got his start in New York, working as a thug and bounce...
Capone's death certificate. After Capone was released from prison, he was
referred to Johns Hopkins Hospital in ...
Al Capone spent the last year of his Alcatraz sentence, which had been reduced
to six years and five months for a combination of good behavior and work ...
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Mobster Al Capone
spent a lot of time at his retreat (located near Couderay in northern Wisconsin) during his bootlegging years. After being foreclosed on in 2008, Al Capone's
hideout is now for sale. The prope... More »
Al Capone. In May 1932, Capone was sent to Atlanta, the toughest of the federal
prisons, to begin his eleven-year sentence. Even in prison Capone took control, ...
About 3:30 a.m. the wife was awakened by a loud and streterous type of
breathing. He was able to be aroused and she tried to administer water but he
On June, 23, 1936, Lucas viciously attacked Al Capone in the shower room. ...
Rufus “Whitey” Franklin overpowered Officer Royal C. Cline and beat him to
Jan 25, 2001 ... 25 --Al Capone, ex-Chicago gangster and prohibition era crime leader, died in
his home here tonight. "Death came very suddenly," said Dr.
Al Capone still remains one of the most notable residents of “the Rock. ... that he
had ordered the death of a famed local prosecutor named Billy McSwiggin.