Abner “Longie” Zwillman was a Jewish-American mobster who was based primarily in North Jersey. He was a long time friend and associate of Lucky Luciano and Meyer Lansky. A news reporter once caught up with “Longie” the morning after a riot occurred where it was reported that Longie Zwillman was out beating up Nazis in Newark. In the original story, Longie tells the reporter to talk to Nat Arno, a gangster-boxer, and leader of the anti-Nazi Newark Minutemen.

The text from the comic is based on an excerpt from Gangsters vs. Nazis: How Jewish Mobsters Battled Nazis in WW2 Era America by Michael Benson.

↓ Transcript
Panel 1:
"Leo, do you have any comments about last night's riot?"
"Wasn't me. Wasn't us."
"But I saw y--."

Panel 2:
"Not me. Us. Every critter from Fairview might've been down there last night, but not US."
"But there is a photo--"
"Look, I wasn't even in East Fairview last night. I was having dinner with a friend at Dinty Moore's."

Panel 3:
"Okay, Leo. Whatever you say."
"Here's a tip, talk to Y. He'll give you a quote or two. And if you want to stay my friend, don't print my name."
"Thanks Leo."