A Day in the Life of Capone & Laila...
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They are my rescue babies and I am truly thankful and blessed they were rescued by Jellystone Bark Rescue Rangers (Capone) & SAFE Now Rescue (Laila)!
Born in 1899 in #Brooklyn#NewYork , to poor immigrant parents, #AlCapone went on to become the most #infamous#gangster in #American history. In 1920 during the height of #Prohibition , Capone’s multi-million dollar #Chicago operation in #bootlegging , #prostitution and #gambling dominated the #OrganizedCrime scene. #Capone was responsible for many brutal acts of violence, mainly against other gangsters. The most famous of these was the #StValentine ’sDayMassacre in 1929, in which he ordered the assassination of seven rivals. Capone was never indicted for his racketeering but was finally brought to justice for income-tax evasion in 1931. After serving six-and-a-half years, Capone was released. He died in 1947 in #Miami . Capone’s life captured the public imagination, and his #gangster persona has been immortalized in the many movies and books inspired by his exploits.
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💈✂️Para lucir bien este martes😎 Corte de Cabello + Barba $10✂️
Abierto de 9:00am a 7:00pm⏰
Our visit to Alcatraz occurred on a day with torrential rainfall and it could not have set the tone more adequately. On our way over on the ferry there was a feeling of gloom and once inside that feeling did not ease up. The sense of what it must have been like there is all too real while you are waking through the audio tour listening to past inmates and guards alike narrate the history. We saw the grenade explosions on the floor, the head made of plaster of one of the inmates that actually escaped, the check in where clothes and items like shaving supplies were doled out, the open shower trough, the different cells, the dining hall, warden’s quarters and office, control room and morgue. The audio really helped to visualise and understand it more clearly. It was spooky. This used to be the most feared prison in America. Dubbed “The Rock” due to its location on a rocky island in the middle of the San Francisco Bay was no coincidence as it prevented convicts from escaping. Not that it didn’t stop them from trying. I enjoyed this tour a lot despite the uneasiness that never left me.