As a teenager, in the early 1900s, Antonio Caliendo left Italy in hopes of finding a better life in America. His journey from the Italian countryside would take him from the steel mills of Western Pennsylvania to the iron bars of Western Penitentiary.
Through his involvement in "bootlegging" during the Prohibition, Antonio would be introduced to the beginnings of organized crime in his new country. He would eventually face the most challenging obstacle of his life as he fought to protect himself from certain death.
One hundred years later, his great-nephews would seek the truth surrounding events in their uncle's life and uncover evidence of a century-old murder.