Peace and Murder Ironically, Capone took on the role of peacemaker, appealing to the other gangsters to tone down their violence. The scars left from this attack led to Capone's nickname of "Scarface," a name he personally hated.
He was looking for a fresh start working for Chicago crime boss Johnny Torrio.
Treasury agent Eliot Ness and his group of "Untouchables" were to enact this part of the plan by frequently raiding Capone's breweries and speakeasies.
Organized crime in the city had a lower profile once Prohibition was repealed, already wary of attention after seeing Capone's notoriety bring him down, to the extent that there is a lack of consensus among writers about who was actually in control and who was a figurehead "front boss".
Four policemen were among those charged along with Belcastro, but all charges were dropped after key witnesses recanted their statements. He picked up his education from the streets, "making his bones" when he joined the notorious James Street gang.
InCapone's remains, along with those of his father and brother Salvatore, were moved to Mount Carmel Cemetery in Hillside, Illinois.
Capone was completely shocked. After his initial advances were ignored, Capone went up to the good-looking woman and whispered in her ear, "Honey, you have a nice ass and I mean that as a compliment.