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Sun. 10/20/2013~4PM E/3PM C/1PM P~W.E. A.L.L. B.E. Radio: "Diary Of A Motor City Hit Man & My Uncle Al Capone"

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W.E. A.L.L. B.E. Radio: "Diary Of A Motor City Hit Man & My Uncle Al Capone" 

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Date: Sunday October 20, 2013

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1st Hour
'Diary Of A Motor City Hit Man: The Chester Wheeler Campbell Story' Author Bro. Chris Cipollini

About the Author

Christian Cipollini has been a freelance journalist, writer, organized crime historian and designer for over a decade, covering everything from entertainment to human interest to gangsterism. Rock stars, local news, and even Bigfoot... he tried to cover the spectrum from wonderful to the weird.

He is a graduate of Seton Hill University, and along with his wife Jennifer - co-created Knock Backs Wear. He is most currently the author of Diary of a Motor City Hit Man: The Chester Wheeler Campbell Story, and new 'expert' guest on the Biography Channel Series "Gangsters: America's Most Evil."

Cipollini's next book is "Lucky Luciano: Mysterious Tales of a Gangland Legend" which will be available next spring on Strategic Media Books.

About The Book "Diary Of A Motor City Hit Man: The Chester Wheeler Campbell Story"


A speeding sedan nearly collides with a marked patrol car at 3:19 in the morning. The quaint suburban area was about to be introduced to Chester Wheeler Campbell, the most dangerous underworld enforcer in Greater Detroit .

This is the true story of a gangland hit man, and the parallel people and events that altered Detroit's organized crime underworld. Drug wars, conspiracies, espionage, corruption and murder... this was a violent world forged from the economic windfall of heroin trafficking. Chester Wheeler Campbell was a reliable strongarm, freelancing for drug lords and mobsters alike. His tale spans from the early 1930's through the turn of the new century. He was... Courier, Dealer, Spy, Gangster, Master of Disguise, Ladies Man... Hit Man.

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2nd Hour 'My Uncle Al Capone' Author Sis. Deirdre Capone
"A crook is a crook, and there's something healthy about his frankness in the matter. But any guy who pretends he is enforcing the law and steals on his authority is a swell snake. The worst type of these punks is the big politician. You can only get a little of his time because he spends so much time covering up that no one will know that he is a thief. A hard-working crook will-and can-get those birds by the dozen, but right down in his heart he won't depend on them-hates the sight of them."
~Al Capone

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About The Author & The Book

Her grandfather was Ralph Capone, listed in 1930 as Public Enemy #3 by the Chicago Crime Commission. That makes her the grand niece of Public Enemy #1: Al Capone.

As a child, she didn't know he was a notorious gangster ... he was just her Uncle Al. She sat on his knee and traded "knock-knock" jokes with him. He taught her how to swim, ride a bike, and play the mandolin.

But after he died on her seventh birthday she began paying the price of being a Capone.

From age 7 to 13 her classmates were not allowed to play with her. Just before her 11th birthday her father committed suicide due to the burden of the Capone name. At age 18 she was fired from her first full-time job because of her name. These circumstances made Deirdre determined to find out more about her family history and to write this book.

Over the course of many years she had countless conversations with her grandfather Ralph, as well as Al's other brothers and only sister, Al's wife, and his only child, Sonny. Some were more open than others, and each made her promise to not publish anything until all of them were dead and buried. Deirdre is the last member of Al's family born with the name Capone. She is literally …the last of the Capones. Finally, after all these years she is able to share things about Al Capone and his family that none of his many biographers ever knew.

Most importantly, this is the only book written about Alphonse Capone by a person who actually knew him, touched him, heard him talk, and ate meals with him.

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