“Being called homosexual was substantially, considerably worse then,” Mr. Orlando explained in a current cellphone job interview. It was 1976, and the topic of homosexuality was so taboo, he determined, that directly challenging the claim of an affair would be pointless.
Irrespective of what his tale lacked in logic or evidence, Mr. Lynch, the notably taciturn fireman, was mesmerizing as a storyteller in the course of four times on the witness stand. N.Y.P.D. officers and F.B.I. brokers would contradict on their own recounting primary police get the job done Mr. Lynch, whose tale alleged an intricate hoax, could not be