Wiseguy - Chapter 22 Summary & Analysis

Nicholas Pileggi
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Chapter 22 Summary and Analysis

Ed McDonald explains to Karen that she, the children, and Henry are all in danger and all have to go into the federal witness protection program. McDonald gives Karen her options, and none of them are appealing. Karen realizes she has no real choice. Henry is relieved, as he has only agreed to enter the witness protection program if Karen and the kids join him. Karen's mother is devastated but the kids are excited. Karen finds the situation surreal as she, Henry, and the children receive new identities.

The federal marshals are kind to the family during this difficult transition period while the family stays in motel rooms and Henry begins to talk. Henry receives full immunity from all past and future crimes provided he cooperates fully in testifying against his old friends. The FBI agents escort Karen and her mother...

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