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How We Caught Al Capone

“The Big Fellow Was Collecting Millions, Turning Out 50 Corpses a Year. Chicagoans Had Only One Hope” By Frank J. Wilson As told to Howard Whitman I WAS STUCK. bogged down. Two ftruitless, frustrating years had dragged by since I’d come to Chi.cago. All I had to show for it was an aching bead. When my
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“So They Killed My Brother”

Salvatore Anastasio (1967) The lifeless body of Albert Anastasia is removed from the Sheraton Hotel.At ten and a quarter of the October 25, 1957 my brother Albert was killed. He had long hair and was gone in the “barber” at the Sheraton Hotel, on Fifty-fifth Street in New York. < < Pierino, make me something
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Albert Anastasia Murdered at the Park Sheraton

Death called the executioner yesterday. Umberto (called Albert) Anastasia, master lolly for –Murder, Inc., a homicidal gangster troop that plagued the city frbm 1931 to 1940, was murdered by two g-urlmen. They approached him from behind at 10:20 A. M. as he sat for a hair. cut in the Park Sheraton Hotel barber shop at
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Anastasia and Frankie Carbo

Police Narrow 150 Leads in Slaying to One–Name of Frankie Carbo Comes Up Police officials Investigating the slaying of Albert Anastasia yesterday appeared to he look-ing up one street rather than 150 blind alleys. Detectives said the case had taken “a definite turn in one di-‘ rection.” They would not say what. the direction was.
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