On February 15th, 1933, Italian immigrant Giuseppe Zangara, suffering from a stomach ulcer and from frustration over the inequalities of the world, fired several shots at President-elect Franklin Delano Roosevelt at a political rally in Miami, Florida. The President-elect was unhurt, but then-Mayor of Chicago Anton Cermak, who had helped Roosevelt win over the voters of Chicago, was mortally wounded. Conspiracy theorists claimed that Zangara had been hired by a mobster (e.g. Al Capone) to assassinate Roosevelt, but the FBI investigation found that Zangara had worked alone. He is immortalized in the Stephen Sondheim musical Assassins.