In early 1957, Sgt. Ed Croswell (David Arquette - Scream), a police officer in the small town of Apalachin, New York, had stopped Carmine Gilante (Gino Cafarelli - The Irishman), an accused member of a Mafioso group led by Joe Barbara. However, when a lawyer shuts down the arrest thanks to a corrupt state judge, Croswell is not happy. Six months later, Barbara is asked by the recently released Vito Genovese (Robert Davi - Die Hard), the head of the NYC-based mob, to have his place as a sit-down for the heads of Mafia families across the nation.
As Barbara (Jamie-Lyn Sigler - The Sopranos) prepares the meeting, Croswell begins to learn of who will be attending. As Croswell is convinced that he can try to stop the meeting he finds himself struggling with his instincts and when it all comes down, the cop makes a decision that will forever change America’s view on organized crime.