A schoking film uncovering the past and analysing the present situation of the Liuzzo family. Viola, a girl-nextdoor gone civil rights activist in the '60s, campaigned in Selma, AL for black suffrage. As she assisted transporting peaceful demonstrators to the hosptial after polic brutality, she was murdered in a drive-by shooting. Three KKK members wereaccused of coordinating the killing as an eyewitness in the killers' car, an FBI agent, testified. However, the killers were gien a minal sentenceand let off by the racist judicial system. later, the Liuzzo family investigated the case further, suspecting the FBI did little to account forall the possible evidence and motives. They came to suspect and charge the FBI agent, Roe, of carrying out the murder the himself being an active member in the KKK. Was it just him,orcould have the FBIbeen behind this assasination? Theanswers aren't clear. What is clear, however, is the trauma it has had on the Liuzzo children. One son ran off into the wilderness, another has gone into hiding since 9/11 as a member of the Michigan Militia, and her daughters have never been quite the same. Di Florio follows one daughter's brave journey to the site of her mother's assasination to meet the people who her mother so couragously sought to aid in their liberation.