A week before Al Capone’s release from prison, "Fast Eddie" O’Hare was gunned down while driving on Ogden Avenue (near Western Avenue) in November of 1939. The father of Butch O’Hare, for whom O’Hare airport is named, “Fast Eddie” was most likely killed because he helped convict Capone of tax evasion. 
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A week before Al Capone’s release from prison, "Fast Eddie" O’Hare was gunned down while driving on Ogden Avenue (near Western Avenue) in November of 1939. The father of Butch O’Hare, for whom O’Hare airport is named, “Fast Eddie” was most likely killed because he helped convict Capone of tax evasion. 

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