Al Capone

By cristal
  • when al capone was born

    he was born in Brooklyn new york
  • alcapone got expelled from school in year 1913

  • al capone becomes scarface from knife fight in 1917

  • al capone marries Mae Josephine coughlin

  • al capone moves from New York to chicago

  • Al Capone moves his gangs headquarters to cicero Illinois

  • Johnny Torrio retires and leaves Al Capone in charge

    i dont know the day but i know the mopnth and year
  • Hymie Weiss and bugs Moran assasination attempt of alcapone

  • gangster Hymie Weiss killed by capones mob

  • al capone buys 14 room mansion in palm island Fl

  • st valentines day massacre

    four Capone men entered a garage at 2122 N. Clark Street. The building was the main liquor headquarters of bootlegger George "Bugs" Moran's North Side gang. Because two of Capone's men were dressed as police, the seven men in the garage thought it was a police raid. As a result, they dropped their guns and put their hands against the wall. Using two shotguns and two machine guns, the Capone men fired more than 150 bullets into the victims. Six of the seven killed were members of Moran's gang; th
  • Al Capone jailed for first time in Philadelphia's Eastern State for carrying concealed deadly weapons

  • Al Capone convicted of federal tax envasion

  • scarface is released

  • First Prisoners Arrive at Alcatraz Prison (Likely Including Al Capone)

    Alcatraz was an uninhabited seabird haven at the time of Juan Manuel de Ayala's 1775 exploration. He named it Isla de los Alcatraces (Isle of the Pelicans). The United States government acquired the island in 1849 and after 1861, Alcatraz was used to house military prisoners. Among those imprisoned there during this period were nineteen Hopi Indians from the Arizona Territory who had defied government policies toward their people and U.S soldiers who had defected from the U.S. Army in the Philip
  • Al Capone paroled and returns home to Palm Island Fl

  • Al Capone's old armored Cadillac used as Franklin D. Roosevelt's limousine

  • Al Capone dies

    On January 21, 1947, Capone had an apoplectic stroke. He regained consciousness and started to improve but contracted pneumonia on January 24. He suffered a fatal cardiac arrest the next day. Capone was buried in Mount Olivet Cemetery, in Chicago's far South Side between the graves of his father, Gabriele, and brother, Frank. However, in March 1950, the remains of all three family members were moved to Mount Carmel Cemetery in Hillside, Illinois, west of Chicago.
  • Geraldo Rivera opens up Al Capone's safe on live TV

    The Mystery of Al Capone's Vault was a one-time live American television special broadcast in syndication in April 1986 hosted by Geraldo Rivera. The program was centered around the opening of a secret vault once owned by noted gangster Al Capone. The program is now perhaps best-known for the vault being ultimately empty except for debris.