Photos, newspaper and magazine covers are shown at The Mob Museum.
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The same Las Vegas museum that has chronicled Sin City's mob beginnings led by the likes of Bugsy Siegel hopes to score with a new exhibit looking at the wide-ranging criminal investigation into football's governing body, FIFA.118he Godfather" mystique has lived on in news coverage following the FIFA investigation including the "FIFA Nostra" headline on French daily Liberation and a political cartoon portraying FIFA president Sepp Blatter wearing pinstripes and labeled the "Mafifa Don".At the Mob Museum, the image of Capone, the notorious gangster dead for more than 68 years, looms large two doors down from the new FIFA exhibit.
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