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Former police detective Michael Borrelli is accused of being a Godfather in the New York City Mafia and arranging the brutal gangland style murder of his business associate, Hal Levine, in Denver, Colorado. Between Black and Blue I: The Hit, caption, Amazon 2020
In the weeks before the murder, Hal Levine was desperate to remove the US Hamal corporate members as beneficiaries on his $5 million life insurance policy. ibid.
One month after Hal Levine’s murder, Colorado’s Organized Crime Strike Force was on the verge of being disbanded. ibid.
I was as much affiliated with organized crime as the man on the moon. ibid. Mike
None of the guns were traced back to me. There was no fingerprint evidence or blood evidence. There was no forensic evidence. Between Black and Blue II: Who to Trust, Bob Davis, Mike’s partner
During Mike Borrelli’s trial, it was discovered that potentially key documents had not been turned over to the defense. These documents were never made available to Bob Davis, whose trial took place before Mike Borrelli’s. ibid. caption
Nunzio Saccone’s attorney, Walter Gerash, files a motion to dismiss for prosecutorial misconduct: ‘There has been a studied effort to turn the grand jury’s attention away from the involvement of Barry Mainardi, even though there was unequivocal testimony from three sources that Barry Mainardi suggested the killing of Hal Levine.’ Between Black and Blue: A Tale of Two Verdicts
Bob Davis was convicted by an all-white jury. ibid. caption
Having already received a prison sentence [Conspiracy] almost four times longer than Mike’s, Bob discovers that there are more injustices waiting for him within Colorado’s legal system. ibid.
After three years, the Court of Appeals overturns Judge Fullerton’s ruling. Mike Borrelli is given a second trial. ibid.
It was not guilty and out of there immediately. ibid.