Johnny Long with Anthony Kokocinski
Joe stood in his bathroom, faced the mirror, and adjusted his tie. Either his tie was straight, or he was really tired. He was running late for work, and normally he would have been anxious, but he didn’t get out of the office until 11:34 last night. As his thoughts about his pile of casework meandered through his mind, his Motorola two-way pager sprang to life. Instinctively, he reached for it. Pages like this dictated days, weeks, and sometimes months of his life.
8:34 a.m.: Pack for sleepover. Team work-up pending.
This typical message from his boss indicated that a case had come in, and a team was being put together to respond. Joe was the leader of a team of federal computer ...