Rodriguez, a tenement dweller fed up with subhuman living conditions, refuses to pay his rent and urges the other tenants to do the same, hoping their plight will eventually come to the attention of the courts.
It seems like a man who brokers in liquor licenses gets his renewals just a bit too easily for Marino's liking. He suspects that something else is going on and sets out to find out what it is and who is involved.
The way mobsters hide what they do is buy out legitimate businesses as fronts for their illegal activities and to launder their profits. Victor Cobalt is in the syndicate and is trying to expand his empire into the garment industry.
The town of Verdun is known for it's gambling, and the casinos continue to assure the public that their presence is not corrupting their community. Marino is sure that's not the case and sets out to expose the crime.
District Attorney Michael Hayes is on a crusade to clean out the city's administration of corruption. But Marino has his doubts about the campaign since it was those corrupt politicians that put Hayes in office.
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