The National Museum of Organized Crime opened doors to the public this week. Fittingly,it happened on the February 14th anniversary of Chicago's infamous 1929 St. Valentine's Massacre. The institution features objects like the barber chair Albert Anastasia was assassinated in and revolvers found at crime scenes. More importantly, the museum charts the influence of the MOB in urban America, with a particular focus on Vegas itself. All exhibitions propose to tell both sides (crime and law) of the story. Exhibitions are set up like evidence rooms. In the end, you decide what is right or wrong. [Design You Trust]