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Definition funny of Karpis:

urbanPool Game; Carp. Spelt with a 'K'. Used as a name, altered from Karli to Karpi.

urbanLet's play some Karpi Everyone Loves Karpi!

songs

Songs about Karpis:

songsKarpis by The Jesus Lizard from the Album Goat

songsKarpis by The Jesus Lizard from the Album Goat (Remaster / Reissue) [Explicit] [+digital booklet]

songsNa ?karpi Sn Sedau by Mi2 from the Album ?rtica

books

Books about Karpis:

booksOn the Rock 2008: Twenty-Five Years in Alcatraz : the Prison Story of Alvin Karpis as told to robert Livesey by Robert Livesey (Nov 2008)

booksThe Alvin Karpis Story by Alvin Karpis, Frank Lowe, Sam Sloan and Bill Trent (Jul 5, 2011)

booksOn The Rock - Twenty-Five Years in Alcatraz (The prison story of Alvin Karpis as told to Robert Livesey) by Alvin Karpis (1980)

booksPublic Enemy #1: The Biography of Alvin Karpis--America's First Public Enemy by John Fleury (Apr 25, 2013)

booksRobbin' Banks & Killin' Cops: The Life and Crimes of Lawrence DeVol and His Association with Alvin Karpis and... by Robert R. Ernst (Mar 30, 2009)

booksA Murder in Tulsa: The Sherrill Murder Case & The Rise of the Barker-Karpis Gang by Michael Koch (Dec 1, 2008)

booksAlvin Francis Karpis, Part 02 of 03 by The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI (Jan 3, 2013)

wiki

Wiki information Karpis:

Alvin Karpis
Author, Deceased Person, Person

Alvin Francis Karpis, a Depression-era gangster nicknamed "Creepy" for his sinister smile and called "Ray" by his gang members, was a Canadian born criminal of Lithuanian descent known for being one of the three leaders of the Barker-Karpis gang in...

Barker-Karpis gang

The Barker-Karpis Gang was one of the longest-lived criminal gangs during the Depression Era, spanning from 1931 to 1935. Founded by Fred Barker and Alvin Karpis, it was later joined by Fred's brother Arthur "Doc" Barker. Along with the three core...