When a popular sheriff is gunned down in a small town near Detroit, Michigan in 1910, the local newspaper and community are quick to condemn accused immigrants to life in prison before the trial even begins. A loyal deputy struggles to protect the accused from an angry lynch mob while two young newspaper reporters and a rookie lawyer team up to fight for the immigrants' safety and acquittal. Based on a true story, shot on location in Michigan.
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