There’s a scene in “The Godfather” where Michael Corleone goes to the hospital to see his gravely injured father. He’s shocked to find there are no police guarding the hospital and quickly engages Enzo, the baker, to stand with him on the hospital steps, trying to look tough, to deter bad guys from entering to finish the Don off.
Note: Bill Tsurnos came to Alaska in 2007 to help Cook Inlet Tribal Council start Chanlyut Enterprises Inc., a recovery and prison reentry program that offers men a new beginning away from self-destructive behavior. He ran the program until his death on Oct.
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