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Victor Riesel was a racketeering labor columnist whose syndicated column appeared in U.S. newspapers nationwide. His expose of garment industry racketeering brought him unwanted attention from underworld figures like Johnny Dio and others like him. As he walked out of Lindy's Restaurant in Manhattan on April 5, 1956 Riesel was doused with acid by a thug who'd been hired by mobsters. My e-book looks closely at Riesel's acid blinding and law enforcement's search for the criminals involved in planning and carrying it out.