Prohibition of the 1920's
In this page we will discuss three major players in the game of Prohibition throughout the 1920's. Al Capone, Eliot Ness and Roy Olmstead. Each played a major role in the acts of bootlegging, dealing with corrupt law enforcement, paying off loads of people and ultimatly paying the price, one way or another. Each of the pages following will have website links to information on these men, their lives and their business during the roaring twenties and the illegal fun behind the movement to ban alcohol.