While it makes for a great story, Joseph Giunta, Albert Anselmi and John Scalise were shot during a party they were invited to and their bodies dumped on the roadside. All three were executed by multiple people using .38 caliber handguns. If you read the actual autopsy report performed by an actual medical examiner, you can see they indicated there was no internal injuries or bruising indicating a beating prior to being executed. The broken bones listed in the autopsy were made by the bullets. So the story of Al Capone using a baseball bat to kill his rivals is just that … a story.
Final Resting Place:
Mount Carmel Catholic Cemetery
1400 S. Wolf Road
Hillside, Illinois, 60162
Grave Location:Section 26, Block 2, Lot E19, Grave 2
Grave Location Description
As you enter the Roosevelt Avenue entrance, take the first left and drive to the next intersection. That section you are staring at is Section 26. Now drive to the opposite side of Section 26 and Joseph Giunta’s grave is in the center of the north part of Section 26.