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Rose to infamy as a ruthless Chicago mobster during the era of prohibition this is mug shots.
But -- Deirdre -- Capone he was a beloved.
It's great uncle she joined us to talk this morning about her.
New book called uncle Al Capone the untold story from inside.
Danger thanks -- joining us.
For a while I understand you were embarrassed by the last name he had no friends because -- last name why do you -- -- erasing the last name now.
Because no one else can tell.
Did real story about Al -- except me.
I you know it was raised inside look at home.
I know him very well.
Of all the other officers of anything that has been written about Al Capone not a single one of those -- ever knew him pitch and I need to correct.
One thing that you said when I was coming out of Al Capone was -- part of the mafia.
The mafia is an organization where you need to be -- still yet to be part of it in my family is not Sicilian so they were never part of the mafia.
What he did is he ran an organization called the -- -- Yet he had essentially his own mob I I understand correct you.
He died find -- -- seventh birthday.
And -- and -- you heard from your family try to realize what he did but did you ever know that he was out there in the end he was responsible for the deaths of a bunch of people.
Not really every time they would go to.
His Miami home for the Wisconsin home or especially.
The Chicago home and get -- was in residence at the time.
There were always armed guards at the front and the back door so even -- a little girl you know you'd.
Knew that something was up.
And for your listeners what I tried to do is -- try to equate they act decade.
Art history in the United States to the wild west in the wild west if you Russell somebody's cattle are still some of these woman.
There was a price to pay and two cowboys would you know lineup and I either into the street and you don't first when -- Died so that's.
That's what it was they act in those days there was an honor among thieves.
People got into the business of providing.
What the people wanted.
Remember this was prohibition.
And people -- didn't like prohibition.
I was a roaring twenties women were -- their hair shortening their skirts.
And everything Jack GS was coming -- -- being.
And they ran it up a good business.
He's talking about alcohol business Al Capone -- alcohol.
By the way -- his book also includes the components family recipe for a little -- that Al Capone.
-- -- -- -- And did you hear about the burglar who.
Who picked the wrong apartment to break into big -- -- -- is a trained boxer that's right he's been in the fight business for seven years.
The nineteen year old apparently started when he was twelve he got up in the middle of the night for trickle.
And you know deep down inside and this is housed a stranger.
Vaughn says the guy came at a but he quickly sprung into boxing mode.
Ahead on his job on the ground I proceeded to -- a few times it still -- counts here.
And it sure did not give up he ran for the balcony Vaughn then chased him and threw him walk off a -- Pretty and his brother ran down the stairs to find the intruder he was gone looks like fell -- -- second or third floor.
That would last.
-- -- prize.
But it probably will break of that apartment against.
-- -- my -- I'm Steve -- start every day I was little doesn't FOX & Friends we just did four hours where.
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