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‘Bugsy’ Siegel Artifacts from Flamingo Casino Displayed at Mob Museum in Las Vegas Written by: Larry Henry

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The Mob Museum in Las Vegas has unveiled an exhibit with items from the 1940s Flamingo Casino and the gangster who opened it, Benjamin “Bugsy” Siegel. A New York organized crime figure, Siegel was in Hollywood and Las Vegas on the behalf of his syndicate associates. Siegel had maneuvered his way into the Flamingo project,
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