Louie Greco died in prison, an innocent man, because he punched Nicky Femia in the mouth. That, and because the FBI had no qualms about letting four innocent men take the rap for a murder committed by one of their informants. Greco and Henry Tameleo died in prison before they could be exonerated. Now, a newly elected member of the Governor’s Council wants to secure a posthumous pardon for Greco and Tameleo, righting a wrong that is reeking with history and corruption.
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