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Hyman Abrams was a Boston mobster and high-ranking member under Charles "King" Solomon during Prohibition. He and other members of Solomon's organization took over Boston's criminal operations for themselves following Solomon's murder in 1933. He would later become involved in financing syndicate controlled casinos with Meyer Lansky, specifically the Flamingo and later the Sands with Carl Cohen and Jack Entratter.
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