When James Flemming heard his boss's anxious voice on the answering machine saying he had something urgent to talk about, he stopped listening to his messages and immediately picked up the phone to call work. It was Monday morning, September 17, and Flemming worried that the Loring Bar and Cafe, where he had been a waiter for the past six years, might have been broken into or vandalized. Less than a week before, he had been asked to work an extra shift as a sort of backup security guard because Jason McLean, owner of the popular spot, had feared that the place's ethnically diverse crowd might erupt in violence following the terrorist attacks in New... More >>>