Public Enemy No. 1

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Public Enemy No. 1 is a variation of the term public enemy, which was first widely used in the United States in the 1930s to describe individuals whose activities were seen as criminal and extremely damaging to society.

It may also refer to:

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  • Al Capone, declared "Public Enemy No. 1" by Chicago in 1930
  • John Dillinger, declared "Public Enemy No. 1" by the FBI in 1934
  • Pretty Boy Floyd, declared "Public Enemy No. 1" by the FBI after the death of Dillinger
  • Ken Kenneth, alternate ring name of this New Zealand professional wrestler
  • Baby Face Nelson, declared "Public Enemy No. 1" by the FBI after the death of Floyd
  • Alvin Karpis, declared "Public Enemy No. 1" by the FBI after the death of Nelson
  • Joaquín Guzmán Loera, declared "Public Enemy No. 1" by Chicago in 2013


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