As the internet was taking off, Michael McDermott would seemingly be in a great position for success. He was a computer genius and was writing software code for a leading technology company, Edgewater Technologies, located in what has been described as Boston's Silicon Valley, Route 128, the technology belt. The IRS and a car repo company were breathing down his neck and Mike suffered from extreme depression. All of this crashed to the surface just after Christmas 2000. Seven Co-workers were gunned down and Metro-Boston would be changed forever. Could this massacre have been prevented?
Commonwealth v. McDermott