A harsh look at the life and times of Roy Marcus Cohn, Esquire, thorough flashbacks as he's dying of AIDS in a New York hospital. Cohn was the chief counsel to Wisconsin Senator Joseph McCarthy during the "Red Scare" of the late fifties. Written by
Rick Munoz <firstname.lastname@example.org>
He was McCarthy's loyal partner. The Kennedys' worst enemy. The F.B.I.'s best friend. The country's greatest nightmare.
Did You Know?
As he is scattering ashes into what is purportedly the East River, Cohn says he consigns his mother to the waters of New Jersey, where she did not live. The East River does not border New Jersey. See more
Roy Marcus Cohn
Well, I would say I happen to know that Colonel Bradley had a good steak dinner that night and perhaps he was thinking about that.
Joseph N. Welch
If Bradley was thinking of a steak, Schine must have been considering a whole haunch of beef, wouldn't he?