Henry Reyna is in prison, convicted of the Sleepy Lagoon murder--even
Henry: May 17, 1943. Dear Miss Bloomfield, I understand you’re coming up to Q this weekend and I would like to talk to you--in private. Can you arrange it?
Alice: (eagerly) Yes, yes I can. What can I do for you, Henry?
[... … …]
Henry: Yeah, I know there's a lot of people out there who are willing and trying to help us. People who feel that our conviction was an injustice. People like George … and you. Well, the next time you see them, tell them Hank Reyna sends his thanks.
Luis Valdez, Zoot Suit: A Bilingual Edition, Arte Público Press, 1992, pp. 56-58.
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