The manager of a failing youth recreation center faces trial in the kidnapping and death of a young woman. However, he blames his troubles on a disgraced Wall Street CEO--the victim's lover--who failed to provide an important donation.

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The manager of a failing youth recreation center faces trial in the kidnapping and death of a young woman. However, he blames his troubles on a disgraced Wall Street CEO--the victim's lover--who failed to provide an important donation.

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The barrio saint
20 April 2013 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

A hit and run accident involving the kept mistress toy of disgraced financier Michael Gaston leads Jeremy Sisto and Anthony Anderson on a case that involved her being kidnapped and escaping the clutches of the director of a youth program in Harlem that could go under for lack of funds. Kevin Corrigan directs the program and it truly might just be for his program. As described he lives a spartan lifestyle in a back room of the building that houses his program. In fact he's one of those people who really begins and ends with his job.

In the meantime Linus Roache and Alana DeLa Garza have their work cut out for them. Michael Gaston is such an incredibly unsympathetic figure. The crash of his investment firm bankrupted thousands of people. And the guy's as modest as Donald Trump. Whereas Kevin Corrigan comes over like a barrio saint.

Corrigan is in the hands of a really good defense attorney who despite repeated warnings from the judge gets his populist points across. John Ventimiglia is one attorney I'd like to have in my corner could I afford him.

Tune in and see what happens.


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