December, 2012 Archives

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John Cappas, owner of Johnny's Wee Nee Wagon, prepares hotdogs for a customer at the restaurant in Markham, Ill. on Wednesday, November 14, 2012.  Cappas, a former cocaine dealer, was released from serving 15 years in prison in 2004 and has since released a book titled "Tall Money," the story behind his life. John Cappas, owner of Johnny’s Wee Nee Wagon, prepares hotdogs for a customer at the restaurant in Markham, Ill. on
Wednesday, November 14, 2012. Cappas, a former cocaine dealer, was released from serving 15 years in prison in 2004
and has since released a book titled “Tall Money,” the story behind his life. John Cappas, owner of Johnny's Wee Nee Wagon, prepares hotdogs for a customer at the restaurant in Markham, Ill. on Wednesday, November 14, 2012.  Cappas, a former cocaine dealer, was released from serving 15 years in prison in 2004 and has since released a book titled "Tall Money," the story behind his life. John Cappas, owner of Johnny’s Wee Nee Wagon, prepares hotdogs for a customer at the restaurant in Markham, Ill. on
Wednesday, November 14, 2012. Cappas, a former cocaine dealer, was released from serving 15 years in prison in 2004
and has since released a book titled “Tall Money,” the story behind his life. John Cappas, owner of Johnny's Wee Nee Wagon, poses for a photograph outside the restaurant in Markham, Ill. on Wednesday, November 14, 2012.  Cappas, a former cocaine dealer, was released from serving 15 years in prison in 2004 and has since released a book titled "Tall Money," the story behind his life. John Cappas, owner of Johnny’s Wee Nee Wagon, poses for a photograph outside the restaurant in Markham, Ill. on
Wednesday, November 14, 2012. Cappas, a former cocaine dealer, was released from serving 15 years in prison in 2004
and has since released a book titled “Tall Money,” the story behind his life. John Cappas, owner of Johnny's Wee Nee Wagon, poses for a photograph inside his garage on Wednesday, November 14, 2012.  Cappas, a former cocaine dealer, was released from serving 15 years in prison in 2004 and has since released a book titled "Tall Money," the story behind his life. John Cappas, owner of Johnny’s Wee Nee Wagon, poses for a photograph inside his garage on Wednesday, November 14, 2012.
Cappas, a former cocaine dealer, was released from serving 15 years in prison in 2004
and has since released a book titled “Tall Money,” the story behind his life.
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