February 2018 Bar Bulletin
By Peter A. Danelo
Two idealistic labor union reformers are murdered in cold blood. Despite four bullet wounds to his chest, one survives long enough to identify the killers. Police and prosecutors go to work, zero in on union politics as the motive, and quickly convict two hitmen and an accomplice of the crime. End of story? No.
The families and supporters of the victims are convinced the chain of criminality goes higher. Notwithstanding police warnings about their personal safety (they all were told to wear bulletproof vests and carry firearms), they continue their quest for justice. They come to believe that the murders are linked...