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THE MOB MUSEUM, CSI: THE EXPERIENCE PARTNER TO OFFER COMBO TICKET FOR $45

LAS VEGAS (April 2015) – The Mob Museum, the National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement, has partnered with CSI: The Experience to provide guests an extraordinary opportunity combining visits to both unforgettable attractions. For a price starting at just $45, the combination ticket offers access to the award-winning...

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BUY-ONE, GET-ONE ADMISSION AT THE MOB MUSEUM FOR TEACHERS, LAW ENFORCEMENT IN MAY

Law Enforcement Month Celebration with McGruff the Crime Dog and Valor Video, Sunday, May 10 LAS VEGAS (April 2015) – The Mob Museum, the National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement, is pleased to collaborate with teachers and law enforcement professionals in service of its mission throughout the year....

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LOVE YOUR LIBRARY IN APRIL, RECEIVE SPECIAL OFFERS FROM THE MOB MUSEUM

LAS VEGAS (April 1, 2015) – Throughout the month of April, valued Las Vegas-Clark County Library District cardholders will receive an exclusive $2 off the Nevada residents special offer with proof of a valid library card. This offer includes all Nevada price types and levels and ends April 30, 2015....

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THE GUN THAT BROUGHT DOWN CAPONE: SMITH & WESSON .38 SPECIAL OWNED BY IRS AGENT WHO TOOK DOWN AL CAPONE TO BE ON DISPLAY AT THE MOB MUSEUM BEGINNING APRIL 17

LAS VEGAS (March 31, 2015) – Beginning Friday, April 17, the gun owned by IRS Investigator Michael Malone will be on display at The Mob Museum, the National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement. Malone went undercover and infiltrated Al Capone’s gang for nearly three years in the ’30s....

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THE MOB MUSEUM PRESENTS “FOLLOW THE MONEY: THE UNSUNG INTELLIGENCE UNIT THAT PUT AWAY SOME OF THE MOST NOTORIOUS MOBSTERS,” THURSDAY, APRIL 16

T-Men Exhibit Debuts on Museum’s Third Floor LAS VEGAS (March 2015) – Who put some of the most notorious mobsters behind bars? Many people don’t realize it was, in fact, the IRS. On Thursday, April 16 at 8 p.m., The Mob Museum, the National Museum of Organized Crime and Law...

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