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IRS Audits Its Collection of Al Capone Guns, Finds It Failed to Shoot Straight

Wall Street Journal The agency, perennially in someone's crosshairs, had an elaborate plan last month to aim for some positive publicity by evoking one of its proudest moments: the 1931 conviction of Al Capone for tax evasion after other law-enforcement agencies failed…

"It's unusual that a relatively small federal agency would have two guns from one of the most infamous criminals," said Geoff Schumacher, the Mob Museum's director of content.

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