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He was expelled from school at the age of 14 after he hit a teacher in the face. After leaving school, he had a number of odd jobs from working at a candy store to serving as a small- time boxing promoter. In his early 20s he moved to Chicago and became involved in the world of organized crime. At the age of 26 , Al Capone found himself as the head of one of the most extensive networks of illegal breweries and bootleggers in Chicago. On February 14, 1949, Capone’s men disguised themselves as police officers and entered the headquarters of a rival gang to kill seven men. This incident became known as the Saint Valentine’s Day Massacre.
To crack down on Al Capone’s illegal dealings the department of treasury appointed a special task force ‘The Untouchables’ to bring down his operation. Capone was sentenced to eleven years in prison in 1932 at the age of 33. After being released from prison, he lived out the remainder of his life in Florida. He died in January 1947, after suffering from a stroke, cardiac arrest and contracting Pneumonia.
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