George “Baby Face” Nelson was a notorious gangster raining from Chicago. Baby Face Nelson was born under the government name “Lester Joseph Gillis” but took up the nickname “Baby Face” Nelson due to his looks and small stature. Nelson is a person that would most likely be put under the title “infamous” istead of “famous” due to his gruesome crimes and many bank robbings.
“He and this Wolfshiem bought up a lot of side-street drug-stores here and in Chicago and sold grain alcohol over the counter. That’s one of his little stunts. I picked him for a bootlegger the first time I saw him, and I wasn’t far wrong.” In this paragraph Tom revealed Gatsby’s crime saying that Gatsby was doing illegal stuff, such as drugs and alcohol to make money. Gatsby is trying to become rich faster so he can be with Daisy because since her parents would rather have Daisy marry a rich man.
With this job he began receiving large amounts of cash for his “illegal services” from corporations. With that money, he bought lots of Manhattan real estate. It was known that at his peak, Tweed was the 3rd largest landowner in Manhattan. In 1851, Tweed was elected as alderman on his second try.
Gatsby believes that money can buy him whatever his heart desires. Gatsby’s misunderstanding of the way money functions in the society he lives in results in the failure of his attempt to gain both status and the
Torrio was running a gambling operation near the Capone’s home. Torrio had hired Capone to run small errands for him here and there. By doing this they built a bond and trust between each other that would then be used to help benefit them in their days in Chicago. In 1909 however Torrio left New York to Chicago. After he left to Chicago, Al started to pursue legiminate employment in New York.
He was a german spy, killed a man, a bootlegger. What would make these allegations false is if they weren’t true. But as Gatsby continues to support his lies, Tom confronts him later about the bootlegger assertion which has become a rightful truth. He also accounted Gatsby as a bootlegger from the start but now has evidence to support his claim, "He and this Wolfsheim bought up a lot of side-street… (133-134).” Pondering Gatsby’s response, he is nonchalant about being caught rather the aggression that Gatsby is trying to portray into Tom, by continuously calling him “old sport”, is his method to show Daisy how Tom’s rancor could carries over into his marriage.
The primary source of all the misconception about Gatsby’s origins comes from his guests’ ostentatious rumors and stories. Everyone in West Egg knows of Gatsby and his over the top parties. That is what he is most credited for in West Egg, however, nobody knows anything else about who he is. Naturally, when people do not have the information they rumor and speculate about the truth and create their own version of truth from that. These ludicrous rumours and stories have caused many wild assumptions about Gatsby such as him having killed a man or him having been a German spy “somebody told me they thought he killed a man once.”
In poor zones in the internal urban areas, getting rich by offering drugs turned into the standard method to excel, much the same number of individuals seek to act naturally "made" businesspeople. Cash turned out to be more vital than the law or the benefit of the group or society. Furthermore, since the youths are the primary traffickers within gangs they often begin to start using them as well. The primary drugs within gangs is the sales of marijuana and crack-cocaine. At this point, these young individuals
Gatsby reveals a different side to himself, than Dexter. “I found out what your ‘drug stores’ were.” He turned to us and spoke rapidly. “He and Wolfsheim bought up a lot of side-street drug stores here and in Chicago and sold grain alcohol over the counter. That’s one of his little stunts.