Wanted Al Capone Reward; 6,000,000 million dollars "Scarface" Al Capone was paroled and released from Alcatraz Prison in San Francisco, California, in 1939 due to the ravages of syphilis, which he had caught earlier while running whorehouses. For many years, he was considered the most notorious gangster in the world, managing Chicago's gambling, prostitution and bootlegging rackets with impunity. . Nicknamed “Scarface” In 1918, Capone got into a bar fight over a girl with a hood, who slashed the left side of his face three times with a knife, resulting in Capone's nickname, “Scarface,” by which he would be known for
Al Capone approached Joe Howard, a rival gang member, in broad daylight, said “hello,” grabbed him, and forced him down to a table. He held a gun to Howard’s cheek and pulled the trigger six times. Capone walked out of the bar with police swarming, numerous eyewitnesses, and was not charged with a single crime (Fresh Air). Al Capone, like other great American businessmen, saw a product in high demand and chose to corner the market by any means necessary. Al Capone cornered the market for alcohol sales by killing anyone that got the way of his elaborate smuggling schemes and distribution of alcohol through the streets of Chicago.
In 19th century America, Bellamy believed there was too much crime present. In 20th century America, crime is no longer present, and becomes an ancient trait that people rarely fall back on. The reason for this halt in crime is the execution of economic and governmental reforms, and through them, crime fades away, due to no real motive to perform criminal acts. Instead, on the rare occasion that crimes are committed, it is guessed that certain ancestral trait caused the individual to commit the crime. Most of the individuals committing these crimes plead guilty because they don’t see a reason to try and win the case.
(Pileggi, 1986). In the past, crime group members would often slip money to politicians under the table; more recently companies linked to organized crime groups have made political contributions openly and legitimately. This fact alone proves that organized crime groups are growing bolder and less afraid of the legal consequences of their criminal actions. By allowing criminal organizations to gain an influence in the Nation’s political elections, political machines are assisting the criminal organizations in growing more powerful and more dangerous than ever before. Political corruption does not stop with the politicians.
When corruption occurs it damages the reputation of the employees and the business. Society relied upon this firm to assist in making them money but the firm was more concerned with their bottom line. Many of the individuals doing business with these firms lost their life savings and destroyed some of the trust that investors have with the Wall Street firms. It makes people have second thoughts about investing in the stock market. Another effect this unethical behavior had on these organizations been they agreed to pay a penalty of over $1.43 billion dollars as compensation to the victims.
The Great Depression was unexpected, yet inevitable. The stock market prices were inflated to nearly breaking point, but there were no actions to show for it. Eventually, people started to realize nothing was resulting from all the stock buying - and panicked. Everyone started selling as much as they could, as fast as they could so they could still make some profit. The major economic figures of the time tried to sustain the stock market by investing all they could, but to no avail - the prices took a huge tumble, and it would be a long time before they would manage to rise up again.
The idea was to protect the owners of companies from lawsuits. Actually the rich saw it as a way to lower their taxes, fool the uneducated, and to be irresponsible for their cheating and lies. Wal-Mart, which started out selling all American made products, soon started selling products made in sweatshops in foreign counties and we the people did not care and we scooped up the bargains. Now, these Super Corporations, who answer only to the board members and owners, cut the employees pay, use part timers to avoid benefits and count their billions while families are starving. We the people allowed these corporations to get the upper
Pistols shots ring out in the barroom night Enter Patty Valentine from the upper hall She sees the bartender in a pool of blood Cries out "My God they killed them all" Here comes the story of the Hurricane The man the authorities came to blame For something that he never done Put him in a prison cell but one time he could-a been The champion of the world. Three bodies lying there does Patty see And another man named Bello moving around mysteriously "I didn't do it" he says and he throws up his hands "I was only robbing the register I hope you understand I saw them leaving" he says and he stops "One of us had better call up the cops" And so Patty calls the cops And they arrive on the scene with their red lights flashing In
A serial killer is a person who has problems and they kill people and some serial killers rape the body after they are done. Alcohol was a big role in it. Alcohol messed dahmers life up he even got kicked out of collage and the army and the killing rate went up. Jeffrey dahmer would lure people into his grandmother’s basement promising sex or money and drug there drink then strangle them and have sex with their corpse. Dahmer killed people and molested them and cut their genitals and skulls off for a souvenir.