We now dig deeper into the criminal case against Mr. Wrestling 2 (Johnny Walker) ... or so it seems.
In the summer of 1953, a roving gang of juveniles are reeking terror on the beaches of Hawaii. Two gang rapes on teenage girls take place within the span of a few days with anywhere from two to 17 males involved. Two people are arrested in connection to each incident and the court process begins. Over the course of a few weeks, more and more members are arrested, the last of which is gas station attendant John F. Walker, the future Mr. Wrestling 2.