Not caring since he's smarter
than the cops!
Or so he thought...
|808 North Lake Street|
In 1931, the court proceedings were underway for Al Capone for Tax Evasion. It was found that this building was part of Al Capone's bootlegging syndicate. Several men were arrested for their involvement with Al Capone's bootlegging syndicate in Aurora from this location. So, the next time you're driving down Lake Street and go past this house, just remember that it is a history with Al Capone.
|June 6, 1931|
|Al Capone's Income |
Booze and Vice is Big Bucks!
|*cough cough* poor Al is too sick to show up to court|
but can still attend horse races!
June 6, 1931
|Al Capone's Income Tax Evasion Case|
June 6, 1931
|"Ya better get me outta this ya chump!|
Or I'll get my boys on ya!"...
Big Al sent up the river to the bay!
|Easy Eddie's "accident". Goes to show|
you... Big Al never forgets.
notified them of Capone's tax evasion practices as well as directing them to Capone's bookkeeper. Sound familiar? It was part of the the poignant "baby buggy" scene in my favorite movie "The Untouchables". Eight years after Capone was sent to prison, "Easy Eddie" was assassinated on November 8, 1939 near the corner of Ogden Ave. and Rockwell Street in Chicago.
|Al Capone at his Florida Home|