Al Capone. By Christian Sewell. Introduction.
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Al Capone was born January 17 1899 in Brooklyn New York. Capone wife was named Mae Coughlin they were together till Al died. Al Capone was buried in Illinois after his death of syphilis. Capone son was named Sonny Capone loved his son a lot. Capone died in 1947 from the disease called syphilis
He lived in a bad neighborhood . No one thought at first he would have a life of crime at first. because he was a very bright smart kid but then he started to do poor in grades and had to stay back al Capone hated being with younger kids then him.
then he became very rude and wise then one day the teacher hit him he swore at her she hit him again he punched her square in the face then he got kick out of school for that, then he started to get into trouble he hung out with gang members
Al was s strictly business its just business Al Capone lived in the fast life make money die fast but he didn’t die from a bullet or jail he was around for a while this one of the reason he is one of the most notorious mobsters ever
Once two members of his gang
Were planning to kill him. Then
He sat them down for diner then
When they felt comfortable he
Pounded there faces in with a base
Ball bat and some say he got a heart
Attack because he got so work up about
If I could ask Al Capone three questions did any
Did anyone ever not respect you if some one did who?
if you could would you change your life of crime?
Did you ever fear you’re life at some point?
Al Capone was very bad to society but he was also very kind to children. He also created the first soup kitchen he sponsor it Al if he saw a child doing a paper rout he would give the child a 100 dollars and
Would tell the to run home
To their moms. Capone
Main sorts of money came
American laws and its going to
Stay that way.
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