By Gera-Lind Kolanik, Wayne Klatt
On the evening of April 7, 1990, newlyweds Nancy and Richard Langert have been brutally shot within the basement in their suburban Chicago domestic. there have been no leads. not anything used to be stolen. the single clue used to be an illegible message Nancy left in the back of, written in her personal blood. It used to be against the law that surprised the group and baffled the FBI and 7 neighborhood police departments. They explored each prospect — from IRA assassinations to Mafia hit. however it used to be a difficult Illinois policewoman who may tune down the killer, exposing a horror that was once shockingly as regards to domestic. Veteran Chicago reporters Gera-Lind Kolarik and Wayne Klatt current a chilling research into this actual tale of homicide, compulsion and tragedy.
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In a few minutes he was repairing machines and making suggestions for increasing efficiency. After a few hours, Edward told him that he was hired. ” “I really do,” Richard answered. The work didn’t pay as well as Richard’s full-time job at SpiceTech, and occasionally he put in twenty hours a day at his two jobs, but it was all part of Nancy’s long-range plan for them to have the kind of life they wanted. Starting at the bottom could even be an asset, since Richard was learning all the details of production and distribution.
He left through a back door and walked to the Whites’ Oldsmobile. When he returned to shake hands at the reception, he smelled of scotch! Driving Lee home, White told him not to worry. The final decision was still a month away, and by then the board would realize what an opportunity the plant would be. There were eighty-five recycling companies around Chicago, and all those communities were thankful for the jobs and tax revenue. This wasn’t the only reason Lee was on edge that winter. He also worried about *Nathan Calabrese, a business client who had an unsavory reputation.
The location chosen was near Chicago’s Midway Airport. The partners applied for the permits, bought land from the Santa Fe Railroad, and supervised the architectural drawings. All non-recyclable wastes would be sent to landfills approved by the state. The partners had put two hundred thousand dollars into the venture, hoping that by the end of the year it would be worth millions. But distrustful residents demanded public hearings. Lee, planning on quick money to get him through financial straits, hadn’t expected opposition.