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Chicago Black Gangsters | Teddy Roe Part 2
Part 1: https://youtu.be/5C-10YPt8WQ
Teddy Roe (August 26, 1898 - August 4, 1952) was an African-American mob boss who built an illegal gambling empire in South Side, Chicago during the 1940s and 1950s. Roe earned the nickname "Robinhood" because of his philanthropy among the neighborhood poor. After refusing to pay "street tax" to the Chicago Outfit, Roe fatally shot a made man who had been ordered to assassinate him. In retaliation, Roe was murdered by an Outfit crew commanded by Sam Giancana on August 4, 1952.