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On Anniversary Of Al Capone’s Prison Stint, IRS Delivers 2nd Gun To Mob Museum

It was 85 years ago today that the feds finally got their man: on this day in 1931, Al Capone was finally sentenced to serious prison time. Despite Capone's reputation, he wasn't put away for murder or gambling or bootlegging but for tax evasion.
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