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Sam Rinella was the proprietor of the Brown Derby restaurant in Chicago. Also a lynchpin in Al Capone's bootlegging operation, Rinella opened the Copacabana nightclub on December 26, 1946. It closed six months later. The club may have been financed with money from ex-Chicago Police Chief Hugh Duffy. An investigation closely followed Sam Rinella's December 1951 murder. Prosecutors sought to trace the investment sources from the ill-fated Copacabana.

GENRE
Biography
RELEASED
2020
June 3
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
10
Pages
PUBLISHER
Robert Grey Reynolds, Jr
SIZE
90.7
KB

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