CRIME: U. S. v. Capone

Last week the third Federal lash was laid across the porcine back of Chicago's Alphonse Capone. In addition to the six-month sentence he received (and has appealed) for contempt of Federal Court (TIME, March 9), and the indictment for income tax evasion for which he may receive 32 years in prison and a fine of $80.000 (TIME, June 15), he and 68 henchmen were indicted by a Federal Grand Jury for conspiracy to violate the national Prohibition laws. The true bill did not mention the...

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