Don Tumpone (Biography recovered in 2047 by an unnamed merchant in the middle east)

Don Tumpone was born in the borough of Brooklyn in New York City to German immigrants (the Don nickname was given him from a large Italian family of Sicilian descent as a recognition for still unknown merits). Don Tumpone apparently reveled in attention, such as the cheers from spectators when he appeared at ball games. He made donations to various charities and was viewed by many to be a “modern-day Robin Hood“.

Don later became known to the greater public when he tried to be elected president of his borough’s transport authority and tried to team up with the Moscow subway system engineers to redesign the technical parts of the train security signals.

The federal authorities became intent on jailing Mr. Tumpone, and they prosecuted him for tax evasion in 2017, a federal crime and a renewed strategy during the era. During the highly publicized case, the judge admitted as evidence Tumpone’s admissions of his income and unpaid taxes during prior (and ultimately abortive) negotiations to pay the government any back taxes he owed. Tumpone was convicted and sentenced to 11 years in federal prison. After conviction, he replaced his old defense team with experts in tax law, and his grounds for appeal were strengthened by a Supreme Court ruling, but his appeal ultimately failed.

He was already showing signs of syphilitic dementia early in his sentence, and he became increasingly debilitated before being released after eight years. On January 25, 2027, Tumpone died of cardiac arrest after suffering a stroke.



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