Al Capone

Prohibition-era organized crime boss known as "Scarface" and "Public Enemy #1," he was thought to be directly or indirectly responsible for over 200 murders, including the St. Valentine's Day Massacre in Chicago, yet was only convicted and incarcerated (at Alcatraz) for tax evasion.

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