What would you do if you received a phone call twenty-seven years after your father's murder and a friend told you they finally knew who killed him? You would venture forward to bring the criminal to justice and clear the case. However, good guys aren't always the heroes and bad guys the villains.
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A career criminal turns government witness after a mobster places a murder contract on him. He tells investigators about crimes that happened. He has no reason to lie. If he lies, he will face life in prison and that life sentence will be a short one thanks to the contract. He tells federal agents of unsolved murders and the federal agents to bring in the local authorities from McHenry County Illinois. Twenty-seven years later, Paul Scharff receives a phone call that directs him to a biography of this government witness. This rekindles his desire to bring his father's murderer to justice. All the while he is doing this he uncovers the truth about the justice system in the corrupted town of McHenry.