In 1994, three little boys are murdered in a swimming pool, and everyone blames the two grunge kids from the low-class part of town. Years later, Rush reopens the case after one of the convicted kids takes his own life.
Samantha Randall, prefers to go go by the name of 'Sam' and also prefers to dress like a boy. But in high school circa 1963 that just is not done. She runs afoul of both the guys and girls at school as well as teachers and administration. Rebellious and determined to be herself, she's labeled a lesbian. The truth is much more complicated, and the events that lead to her death was a part of the hysteria of the times regarding gender.
Subsequent to his 30-days away from the office, Stillman submitted retirement papers and Lilly and staff pleads with him to withdraw them. This case is regarding a Japanese-American man who served time in a California internment camp. After moving his family to Philadelphia he was murdered in 1945.