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In 1932, he was also convicted of tax evasion and served three years.

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Loesch's Chicago Crime Commission "Public Enemies" list. He hosted several high-level Outfit conferences from his brother's residence in Palm Island, Florida.

As the manager of Chicago's Cotton Club, Capone was reportedly involved in syndicate gambling and vice districts.

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He was most famous for being named by the Chicago Crime Commission "Public Enemy Number Three" when his brother Al was "Public Enemy Number One".

Born Raffaele James Capone in a small town named Angri in the Campania region of Italy, near Mount Vesuvius, he was the second son of Gabriele and Teresa (nee Raiola) Capone.

They settled in Brooklyn, living near the Navy yards.

On September 24, 1915 at the age of 21 he married Filomena (Florence) Muscato, age 17.

Ralph was placed in charge of the Chicago Outfit's bottling plants during Prohibition.

The Outfit was attempting to monopolize non-alcoholic beverages and soft drinks (specifically ginger ale and soda water, commonly used in mixed drinks) during this period when the sale of alcohol was banned.

In 1923, he married for the second time to Velma Pheasant.

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