Everybody knew that Frank Koehler was the killer. The witnesses knew it. The cops knew it. Even his family and friends knew it. But, somehow, the west side New York thug with a lengthy rap sheet was never picked up or charged with the 1970 shooting murders of Richie Glennon and Pete McGinn.
Twenty-seven years later, Detective Andy Rosenzweig happened to drive by the former site of Glennon's restaurant and wondered whatever happened with the case. A casual friend of Glennon, Rosenzweig did some digging and found the official word was that Koehler was "probably dead." But "probably" wasn't good enough for t