He grew up on the streets of Yonkers, honing his survival skills. In time he entered the world of gangs and criminals where he learned how to profit from the wrong side of the law. But like so many, he was eventually caught, however, he caught a break and stood before a judge who gave him a choice...prison or the military. He chose the later.
He finished marine boot camp with a sense of pride, belonging. But it was in the jungles of Vietnam that he discovered his true identity. For the first time in his life he had a sense of purpose; A family of brothers.
Then one night in Saigon at a hochie bar, everything came crashing down when an army sergeant made a sexual pass at him that led to his discharge from the marines.
Murphy got a call from Gabe Herschon, a local gay bar owner and long time friend asking for help. Seems someone was attacking his patrons after they left his club, severely assaulting them.
This wasn’t the first time Murphy had to deal with the gay community but it would be his first time dealing with a trained killer like this man.