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ALBERT H. WOLFF, LAST OF 'UNTOUCHABLES,' DIES

Albert H. Wolff, 95, the last surviving member of Eliot Ness' force of federal agents in Chicago known as the "Untouchables," died Saturday.

The "Untouchables," named for their unwillingness to take bribes from mob bosses such as Al Capone, were portrayed in a television show and the Paramount Pictures film "The Untouchables."

Wolff was a technical consultant for the 1987 movie.

In addition to working for the Chicago police, Wolff also worked for the Justice Department, the Treasury Department with the Bureau of Prohibition, Bureau of Narcotics and with the Internal Revenue Service.

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