INVESTIGATIONS: A Saga of Shakedown

A chorus of frenzied cries wailed up from Capitol Hill as a House subcommittee continued to poke at the Internal Revenue Bureau scandals. Almost all the voices were raised in answer to the shrill tones of a sharp-eyed Chicago lawyer named Abraham Teitelbaum. Attorney Teitelbaum, who described his late client Al Capone as "one of the most honorable men I ever knew," is in tax trouble with the Government—a matter of at least $130,000 in unpaid income taxes. It looked as if this trouble would be settled without much difficulty, he testified...

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