Harry Vallon

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Vallon circa 1915

Harry Vallon was a New York City gambler and mob informant. He turned state's evidence and testified against the gunman in the murder of Herman Rosenthal, and also against Charles Becker, under a promise of immunity from the district attorney.[1] He testified as one of four mob informants, along with Bridgey Webber, Jack Rose, and Sam Schepps at the Becker-Rosenthal trial.[2] Based upon his testimony, Charles Becker, along with the four gunmaen involved in the murder, were convicted and sentenced to death.[3] In 1936 he was threatened with rearrest in the case.[4]

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