Inside the secret world of gun smugglers


Trial provided a rare peek at those who sneak instruments of death into inner cities

By Jonathan Schuppe
Star-Ledger

NEWARK, N.J. — Donna Mack knew something was wrong when she heard a car roaring toward the Newark street corner where she had just left her younger sister. But there was no time to react.

She saw a hand come out of the passenger's side window. A flash of gunfire, two pops. Then she watched from across the street as her sister, Cynthia Mack, fell to the sidewalk, a stray bullet in her head. The 39-year-old single mother of two died immediately, blood pooling around her body at dusk on a March 2005 night as the gunman sped away.

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