Eliot Ness (April 19, 1903 – May 16, 1957) was an American Prohibition agent, famous for his efforts to enforce Prohibition in Chicago, Illinois, bringing down Al Capone, and the leader of a famous team of law enforcement agents from Chicago, nicknamed The Untouchables. The federal government pursued his illegal activities in two areas: income tax evasion and violations of prohibition. Though Ness and his team compiled evidence of over 5,000 counts of bootlegging by Al Capone, the U.S. District Attorney George E. Q. Johnson argued that a jury would not convict on these charges because prohibition was so unpopular. He was famed for his pursuit of powerful mob leaders in Chicago in the early part of that century, and for his team of loyal agents known as "the untouchables". © Copyright © 2012-2020 Stories People All rights reserved. Ness foi casado com Edna Stahle de 1929 a 1938, a ilustradora Evaline Michelow (1911-1986) de 1939 a 1945 e a artista Elisabeth Andersen Seaver (1906-1977) de 1946 até sua morte em 1957.

A popular story goes that an associate of Capone once offered Ness $2,000 a week to turn the other way and curtail the raids, but Ness refused. In 1942 the Nesses moved to Washington, D.C., where he worked for the federal government. With Chicago’s corrupted law-enforcement agents endemic, Ness went through the records of all Prohibition agents to create a reliable team, initially of 50, later reduced to 15 and finally to just eleven men called, "The Untouchables".

Because most of the attacks were centered in one of the city’s shantytowns, Ness took the men of the town into custody and burned the shanty town to the ground. “SA Eliot Ness, a Legacy ATF Agent.” Brady Law | Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, 22 Sept. 2016, www.atf.gov/our-history/eliot-ness. Ness and his role in bringing down Al Capone had been largely forgotten at the time of his death in 1957, and no Chicago newspaper carried news of Ness' death. Ness had almost nothing to do with the IRS prosecuting Capone for income tax evasion, which led to Capone’s downfall.

He declared war on the mob, and his primary targets included "Big" Angelo Lonardo, "Little" Angelo Scirrca, Moe Dalitz, John Angerola, George Angersola, and Charles Pollizi. His otherwise remarkably successful career in Cleveland withered gradually. [1]: 124-125, 201 [19] Death His ashes were scattered in one of the small ponds on the grounds of Lake View Cemetery in Cleveland.

At one point in time, two victims of the serial killer were in close proximity to city hall, the place where he worked. Raids against illegal stillsand breweries began immediately; within six months Ness claimed to have seized breweries worth over one million dollars. He was educated at the University of Chicago, graduating in 1925 with a degree in economics and a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon. In December 1935, Cleveland mayor Harold Burton hired him as the city's Safety Director, which put him in charge of both the police and firedepartments. Ness was chosen to head the operations under the Volstead Act, targeting the illegal breweries and supply routes of Capone. In 1944, he left to become chairman of the Diebold Corporation, a security safe company based in Ohio. A greater emphasis was placed on apprehending the major crime bosses and curtailing the power of organized crime syndicates in American cities. Brionne Frazier is a history and politics writer specializing in international security and society. The company soon moved from Cleveland to the quiet rural town of Coudersport, Pennsylvania, where operating costs were lower. He made a decent income from GPC and moved with his wife and adopted son into a modest rental house. The main source of information for the raids was an extensive wire-tapping operation. He began his career as an investigator for the Retail Credit Company of Atlanta. The Untouchables conducted multiple public raids and alerted the media to them in order to increase the pressure on Capone. Later he made a number of forays into the corporate world, all of which failed owing to his lack of business acumen. His parents, both of whom were Norwegian immigrants, operated a bakery. The three best-known of these include the 1950s/1960s TV series titled The Untouchables, which starred Robert Stack as Ness and which Walter Winchell narrated, and Brian De Palma’s Oscar-winning film of the same title, The Untouchables, which starred Kevin Costner as Ness and also featured Sean Connery and Robert De Niro. Perry, Douglas.

On October 17, 1931, Capone was convicted on five of the tax evasion charges, after the Volstead Act violations were dropped. He also had an adopted son Robert (1946–1976).

Ness died from a heart attack on May 16, 1957, and died in his home in Coudersport, Pennsylvania. Tuvo un hijo adoptado Robert (1946-1976).

His heroic reputation only began with the posthumous publication of the 1957 book he had co-written with Oscar Fraley and the 1959 and 1993 television series, 1987 film, and related media adapted from it. In a number of federal grand jury cases in 1931, Capone was charged with 22 counts of tax evasion and also 5,000 violations of the Volstead Act.

Vida pessoal. He spearheaded campaigns to end corruption in the police force and quell gang violence.

Ness was married to Edna Staley (1900–1988) from 1929 to 1938, illustrator Evaline Ness (1911–1986) from 1939 to 1945, and artist Elisabeth Andersen Seaver (1906–1977) from 1946 until his death. Although Ness was not attacked, one of his close friends was killed. Eliot Ness was born on April 19, 1903, in Chicago, Illinois. Ness was also Safety Director at the time of several grisly murders that occurred in the Cleveland area from 1935 to 1938 and made relatively small efforts during the investigations after being pressured by the mayor. The main source of information for the raids was an extensive wire-tapping operation. Members of law enforcement protected many of the crime bosses, and deep-rooted bribery and corruption schemes had turned Chicago into become one of the most crime-ridden cities in the United States by the 1920s. He was the youngest of five children born to Peter Ness (1850–1931) and Emma (King) Ness (1863–1937). Ness was married to Edna Stahle from 1929 to 1938, illustrator Evaline Michelow (1911–1986) from 1939 to 1945, and artist Elisabeth Andersen Seaver (1906–1977) from 1946 until his death in 1957. Eliot Ness (April 19, 1903 - May 16, 1957) was a U.S. special agent in charge of enforcing prohibition in Chicago, IL.

Golus, Carrie.

He began his career as an investigator for the Retail Credit Company of Atlanta.

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Eliot Ness (April 19, 1903 – May 16, 1957) was an American Prohibition agent, famous for his efforts to enforce Prohibition in Chicago, Illinois, bringing down Al Capone, and the leader of a famous team of law enforcement agents from Chicago, nicknamed The Untouchables. The federal government pursued his illegal activities in two areas: income tax evasion and violations of prohibition. Though Ness and his team compiled evidence of over 5,000 counts of bootlegging by Al Capone, the U.S. District Attorney George E. Q. Johnson argued that a jury would not convict on these charges because prohibition was so unpopular. He was famed for his pursuit of powerful mob leaders in Chicago in the early part of that century, and for his team of loyal agents known as "the untouchables". © Copyright © 2012-2020 Stories People All rights reserved. Ness foi casado com Edna Stahle de 1929 a 1938, a ilustradora Evaline Michelow (1911-1986) de 1939 a 1945 e a artista Elisabeth Andersen Seaver (1906-1977) de 1946 até sua morte em 1957.

A popular story goes that an associate of Capone once offered Ness $2,000 a week to turn the other way and curtail the raids, but Ness refused. In 1942 the Nesses moved to Washington, D.C., where he worked for the federal government. With Chicago’s corrupted law-enforcement agents endemic, Ness went through the records of all Prohibition agents to create a reliable team, initially of 50, later reduced to 15 and finally to just eleven men called, "The Untouchables".

Because most of the attacks were centered in one of the city’s shantytowns, Ness took the men of the town into custody and burned the shanty town to the ground. “SA Eliot Ness, a Legacy ATF Agent.” Brady Law | Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, 22 Sept. 2016, www.atf.gov/our-history/eliot-ness. Ness and his role in bringing down Al Capone had been largely forgotten at the time of his death in 1957, and no Chicago newspaper carried news of Ness' death. Ness had almost nothing to do with the IRS prosecuting Capone for income tax evasion, which led to Capone’s downfall.

He declared war on the mob, and his primary targets included "Big" Angelo Lonardo, "Little" Angelo Scirrca, Moe Dalitz, John Angerola, George Angersola, and Charles Pollizi. His otherwise remarkably successful career in Cleveland withered gradually. [1]: 124-125, 201 [19] Death His ashes were scattered in one of the small ponds on the grounds of Lake View Cemetery in Cleveland.

At one point in time, two victims of the serial killer were in close proximity to city hall, the place where he worked. Raids against illegal stillsand breweries began immediately; within six months Ness claimed to have seized breweries worth over one million dollars. He was educated at the University of Chicago, graduating in 1925 with a degree in economics and a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon. In December 1935, Cleveland mayor Harold Burton hired him as the city's Safety Director, which put him in charge of both the police and firedepartments. Ness was chosen to head the operations under the Volstead Act, targeting the illegal breweries and supply routes of Capone. In 1944, he left to become chairman of the Diebold Corporation, a security safe company based in Ohio. A greater emphasis was placed on apprehending the major crime bosses and curtailing the power of organized crime syndicates in American cities. Brionne Frazier is a history and politics writer specializing in international security and society. The company soon moved from Cleveland to the quiet rural town of Coudersport, Pennsylvania, where operating costs were lower. He made a decent income from GPC and moved with his wife and adopted son into a modest rental house. The main source of information for the raids was an extensive wire-tapping operation. He began his career as an investigator for the Retail Credit Company of Atlanta. The Untouchables conducted multiple public raids and alerted the media to them in order to increase the pressure on Capone. Later he made a number of forays into the corporate world, all of which failed owing to his lack of business acumen. His parents, both of whom were Norwegian immigrants, operated a bakery. The three best-known of these include the 1950s/1960s TV series titled The Untouchables, which starred Robert Stack as Ness and which Walter Winchell narrated, and Brian De Palma’s Oscar-winning film of the same title, The Untouchables, which starred Kevin Costner as Ness and also featured Sean Connery and Robert De Niro. Perry, Douglas.

On October 17, 1931, Capone was convicted on five of the tax evasion charges, after the Volstead Act violations were dropped. He also had an adopted son Robert (1946–1976).

Ness died from a heart attack on May 16, 1957, and died in his home in Coudersport, Pennsylvania. Tuvo un hijo adoptado Robert (1946-1976).

His heroic reputation only began with the posthumous publication of the 1957 book he had co-written with Oscar Fraley and the 1959 and 1993 television series, 1987 film, and related media adapted from it. In a number of federal grand jury cases in 1931, Capone was charged with 22 counts of tax evasion and also 5,000 violations of the Volstead Act.

Vida pessoal. He spearheaded campaigns to end corruption in the police force and quell gang violence.

Ness was married to Edna Staley (1900–1988) from 1929 to 1938, illustrator Evaline Ness (1911–1986) from 1939 to 1945, and artist Elisabeth Andersen Seaver (1906–1977) from 1946 until his death. Although Ness was not attacked, one of his close friends was killed. Eliot Ness was born on April 19, 1903, in Chicago, Illinois. Ness was also Safety Director at the time of several grisly murders that occurred in the Cleveland area from 1935 to 1938 and made relatively small efforts during the investigations after being pressured by the mayor. The main source of information for the raids was an extensive wire-tapping operation. Members of law enforcement protected many of the crime bosses, and deep-rooted bribery and corruption schemes had turned Chicago into become one of the most crime-ridden cities in the United States by the 1920s. He was the youngest of five children born to Peter Ness (1850–1931) and Emma (King) Ness (1863–1937). Ness was married to Edna Stahle from 1929 to 1938, illustrator Evaline Michelow (1911–1986) from 1939 to 1945, and artist Elisabeth Andersen Seaver (1906–1977) from 1946 until his death in 1957. Eliot Ness (April 19, 1903 - May 16, 1957) was a U.S. special agent in charge of enforcing prohibition in Chicago, IL.

Golus, Carrie.

He began his career as an investigator for the Retail Credit Company of Atlanta.

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Eliot Ness (April 19, 1903 – May 16, 1957) was an American Prohibition agent, famous for his efforts to enforce Prohibition in Chicago, Illinois, bringing down Al Capone, and the leader of a famous team of law enforcement agents from Chicago, nicknamed The Untouchables. The federal government pursued his illegal activities in two areas: income tax evasion and violations of prohibition. Though Ness and his team compiled evidence of over 5,000 counts of bootlegging by Al Capone, the U.S. District Attorney George E. Q. Johnson argued that a jury would not convict on these charges because prohibition was so unpopular. He was famed for his pursuit of powerful mob leaders in Chicago in the early part of that century, and for his team of loyal agents known as "the untouchables". © Copyright © 2012-2020 Stories People All rights reserved. Ness foi casado com Edna Stahle de 1929 a 1938, a ilustradora Evaline Michelow (1911-1986) de 1939 a 1945 e a artista Elisabeth Andersen Seaver (1906-1977) de 1946 até sua morte em 1957.

A popular story goes that an associate of Capone once offered Ness $2,000 a week to turn the other way and curtail the raids, but Ness refused. In 1942 the Nesses moved to Washington, D.C., where he worked for the federal government. With Chicago’s corrupted law-enforcement agents endemic, Ness went through the records of all Prohibition agents to create a reliable team, initially of 50, later reduced to 15 and finally to just eleven men called, "The Untouchables".

Because most of the attacks were centered in one of the city’s shantytowns, Ness took the men of the town into custody and burned the shanty town to the ground. “SA Eliot Ness, a Legacy ATF Agent.” Brady Law | Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, 22 Sept. 2016, www.atf.gov/our-history/eliot-ness. Ness and his role in bringing down Al Capone had been largely forgotten at the time of his death in 1957, and no Chicago newspaper carried news of Ness' death. Ness had almost nothing to do with the IRS prosecuting Capone for income tax evasion, which led to Capone’s downfall.

He declared war on the mob, and his primary targets included "Big" Angelo Lonardo, "Little" Angelo Scirrca, Moe Dalitz, John Angerola, George Angersola, and Charles Pollizi. His otherwise remarkably successful career in Cleveland withered gradually. [1]: 124-125, 201 [19] Death His ashes were scattered in one of the small ponds on the grounds of Lake View Cemetery in Cleveland.

At one point in time, two victims of the serial killer were in close proximity to city hall, the place where he worked. Raids against illegal stillsand breweries began immediately; within six months Ness claimed to have seized breweries worth over one million dollars. He was educated at the University of Chicago, graduating in 1925 with a degree in economics and a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon. In December 1935, Cleveland mayor Harold Burton hired him as the city's Safety Director, which put him in charge of both the police and firedepartments. Ness was chosen to head the operations under the Volstead Act, targeting the illegal breweries and supply routes of Capone. In 1944, he left to become chairman of the Diebold Corporation, a security safe company based in Ohio. A greater emphasis was placed on apprehending the major crime bosses and curtailing the power of organized crime syndicates in American cities. Brionne Frazier is a history and politics writer specializing in international security and society. The company soon moved from Cleveland to the quiet rural town of Coudersport, Pennsylvania, where operating costs were lower. He made a decent income from GPC and moved with his wife and adopted son into a modest rental house. The main source of information for the raids was an extensive wire-tapping operation. He began his career as an investigator for the Retail Credit Company of Atlanta. The Untouchables conducted multiple public raids and alerted the media to them in order to increase the pressure on Capone. Later he made a number of forays into the corporate world, all of which failed owing to his lack of business acumen. His parents, both of whom were Norwegian immigrants, operated a bakery. The three best-known of these include the 1950s/1960s TV series titled The Untouchables, which starred Robert Stack as Ness and which Walter Winchell narrated, and Brian De Palma’s Oscar-winning film of the same title, The Untouchables, which starred Kevin Costner as Ness and also featured Sean Connery and Robert De Niro. Perry, Douglas.

On October 17, 1931, Capone was convicted on five of the tax evasion charges, after the Volstead Act violations were dropped. He also had an adopted son Robert (1946–1976).

Ness died from a heart attack on May 16, 1957, and died in his home in Coudersport, Pennsylvania. Tuvo un hijo adoptado Robert (1946-1976).

His heroic reputation only began with the posthumous publication of the 1957 book he had co-written with Oscar Fraley and the 1959 and 1993 television series, 1987 film, and related media adapted from it. In a number of federal grand jury cases in 1931, Capone was charged with 22 counts of tax evasion and also 5,000 violations of the Volstead Act.

Vida pessoal. He spearheaded campaigns to end corruption in the police force and quell gang violence.

Ness was married to Edna Staley (1900–1988) from 1929 to 1938, illustrator Evaline Ness (1911–1986) from 1939 to 1945, and artist Elisabeth Andersen Seaver (1906–1977) from 1946 until his death. Although Ness was not attacked, one of his close friends was killed. Eliot Ness was born on April 19, 1903, in Chicago, Illinois. Ness was also Safety Director at the time of several grisly murders that occurred in the Cleveland area from 1935 to 1938 and made relatively small efforts during the investigations after being pressured by the mayor. The main source of information for the raids was an extensive wire-tapping operation. Members of law enforcement protected many of the crime bosses, and deep-rooted bribery and corruption schemes had turned Chicago into become one of the most crime-ridden cities in the United States by the 1920s. He was the youngest of five children born to Peter Ness (1850–1931) and Emma (King) Ness (1863–1937). Ness was married to Edna Stahle from 1929 to 1938, illustrator Evaline Michelow (1911–1986) from 1939 to 1945, and artist Elisabeth Andersen Seaver (1906–1977) from 1946 until his death in 1957. Eliot Ness (April 19, 1903 - May 16, 1957) was a U.S. special agent in charge of enforcing prohibition in Chicago, IL.

Golus, Carrie.

He began his career as an investigator for the Retail Credit Company of Atlanta.

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Later in life, he attended the University of Chicago where he earned his Bachelor's Degree studying law, business and economics.

After his second divorce and third marriage, he ran unsuccessfully for Mayor of Cleveland in 1947, after which he was expelled from Diebold in 1951. FAMpeople is your site which contains biographies of famous people of the past and present. Ness collapsed and died at his home in Coudersport, Pennsylvania, of a massive heart attack on May 16, 1957; he was 54. Following the end of Prohibition in 1933, he was assigned as an alcohol tax agent in the "Moonshine Mountains" of southern Ohio, Kentucky, and Tennessee, and in 1934 he was transferred to Cleveland, Ohio. By 1953 he came to work for a startup company called Guaranty Paper Corporation, which specialized in watermarking legal and official documents to prevent counterfeiting. He directed the battle against prostitutionin communities surrounding military bases, where venereal disease was a serious problem. As the Special Agent in Charge of the Cincinnati Bureau of the ATF, he raided a litany of these distilleries that were robbing the U.S. government of hundreds of thousands of dollars in alcohol taxes. A book, The Untouchables, was released only a month after his death and followed his work in incarcerating Al Capone.

Eliot Ness (April 19, 1903 – May 16, 1957) was an American Prohibition agent, famous for his efforts to enforce Prohibition in Chicago, Illinois, bringing down Al Capone, and the leader of a famous team of law enforcement agents from Chicago, nicknamed The Untouchables. The federal government pursued his illegal activities in two areas: income tax evasion and violations of prohibition. Though Ness and his team compiled evidence of over 5,000 counts of bootlegging by Al Capone, the U.S. District Attorney George E. Q. Johnson argued that a jury would not convict on these charges because prohibition was so unpopular. He was famed for his pursuit of powerful mob leaders in Chicago in the early part of that century, and for his team of loyal agents known as "the untouchables". © Copyright © 2012-2020 Stories People All rights reserved. Ness foi casado com Edna Stahle de 1929 a 1938, a ilustradora Evaline Michelow (1911-1986) de 1939 a 1945 e a artista Elisabeth Andersen Seaver (1906-1977) de 1946 até sua morte em 1957.

A popular story goes that an associate of Capone once offered Ness $2,000 a week to turn the other way and curtail the raids, but Ness refused. In 1942 the Nesses moved to Washington, D.C., where he worked for the federal government. With Chicago’s corrupted law-enforcement agents endemic, Ness went through the records of all Prohibition agents to create a reliable team, initially of 50, later reduced to 15 and finally to just eleven men called, "The Untouchables".

Because most of the attacks were centered in one of the city’s shantytowns, Ness took the men of the town into custody and burned the shanty town to the ground. “SA Eliot Ness, a Legacy ATF Agent.” Brady Law | Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, 22 Sept. 2016, www.atf.gov/our-history/eliot-ness. Ness and his role in bringing down Al Capone had been largely forgotten at the time of his death in 1957, and no Chicago newspaper carried news of Ness' death. Ness had almost nothing to do with the IRS prosecuting Capone for income tax evasion, which led to Capone’s downfall.

He declared war on the mob, and his primary targets included "Big" Angelo Lonardo, "Little" Angelo Scirrca, Moe Dalitz, John Angerola, George Angersola, and Charles Pollizi. His otherwise remarkably successful career in Cleveland withered gradually. [1]: 124-125, 201 [19] Death His ashes were scattered in one of the small ponds on the grounds of Lake View Cemetery in Cleveland.

At one point in time, two victims of the serial killer were in close proximity to city hall, the place where he worked. Raids against illegal stillsand breweries began immediately; within six months Ness claimed to have seized breweries worth over one million dollars. He was educated at the University of Chicago, graduating in 1925 with a degree in economics and a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon. In December 1935, Cleveland mayor Harold Burton hired him as the city's Safety Director, which put him in charge of both the police and firedepartments. Ness was chosen to head the operations under the Volstead Act, targeting the illegal breweries and supply routes of Capone. In 1944, he left to become chairman of the Diebold Corporation, a security safe company based in Ohio. A greater emphasis was placed on apprehending the major crime bosses and curtailing the power of organized crime syndicates in American cities. Brionne Frazier is a history and politics writer specializing in international security and society. The company soon moved from Cleveland to the quiet rural town of Coudersport, Pennsylvania, where operating costs were lower. He made a decent income from GPC and moved with his wife and adopted son into a modest rental house. The main source of information for the raids was an extensive wire-tapping operation. He began his career as an investigator for the Retail Credit Company of Atlanta. The Untouchables conducted multiple public raids and alerted the media to them in order to increase the pressure on Capone. Later he made a number of forays into the corporate world, all of which failed owing to his lack of business acumen. His parents, both of whom were Norwegian immigrants, operated a bakery. The three best-known of these include the 1950s/1960s TV series titled The Untouchables, which starred Robert Stack as Ness and which Walter Winchell narrated, and Brian De Palma’s Oscar-winning film of the same title, The Untouchables, which starred Kevin Costner as Ness and also featured Sean Connery and Robert De Niro. Perry, Douglas.

On October 17, 1931, Capone was convicted on five of the tax evasion charges, after the Volstead Act violations were dropped. He also had an adopted son Robert (1946–1976).

Ness died from a heart attack on May 16, 1957, and died in his home in Coudersport, Pennsylvania. Tuvo un hijo adoptado Robert (1946-1976).

His heroic reputation only began with the posthumous publication of the 1957 book he had co-written with Oscar Fraley and the 1959 and 1993 television series, 1987 film, and related media adapted from it. In a number of federal grand jury cases in 1931, Capone was charged with 22 counts of tax evasion and also 5,000 violations of the Volstead Act.

Vida pessoal. He spearheaded campaigns to end corruption in the police force and quell gang violence.

Ness was married to Edna Staley (1900–1988) from 1929 to 1938, illustrator Evaline Ness (1911–1986) from 1939 to 1945, and artist Elisabeth Andersen Seaver (1906–1977) from 1946 until his death. Although Ness was not attacked, one of his close friends was killed. Eliot Ness was born on April 19, 1903, in Chicago, Illinois. Ness was also Safety Director at the time of several grisly murders that occurred in the Cleveland area from 1935 to 1938 and made relatively small efforts during the investigations after being pressured by the mayor. The main source of information for the raids was an extensive wire-tapping operation. Members of law enforcement protected many of the crime bosses, and deep-rooted bribery and corruption schemes had turned Chicago into become one of the most crime-ridden cities in the United States by the 1920s. He was the youngest of five children born to Peter Ness (1850–1931) and Emma (King) Ness (1863–1937). Ness was married to Edna Stahle from 1929 to 1938, illustrator Evaline Michelow (1911–1986) from 1939 to 1945, and artist Elisabeth Andersen Seaver (1906–1977) from 1946 until his death in 1957. Eliot Ness (April 19, 1903 - May 16, 1957) was a U.S. special agent in charge of enforcing prohibition in Chicago, IL.

Golus, Carrie.

He began his career as an investigator for the Retail Credit Company of Atlanta.

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