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Abner Zwillman
also called "Longie" and has one more synonym

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  1. Abner "Longy" Zwillman , known as the "Al Capone of New Jersey", was an early Prohibition gangster, a founding member of the National Crime Syndicate, and member of the "Big Six" Mafia Ruling Commission, aka "Murder, Incorporated"

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  2. During the 1959 McClellan Senate Committee hearings on organized crime, Zwillman was issued a subpoena to testify before the Committee

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  3. born on July 27, 1899/1904

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  4. died on February 27, 1959

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  5. Born in Newark, New Jersey, Zwillman was forced to quit school in order to support his family after his father's death in 1918

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