WASHINGTON – The Supreme Court is allowing a prosecutor who helped in the making of the movie "Alpha Dog" to remain on the death penalty case on which the film is based.
The justices, in an order Monday, denied an appeal from Jesse James Hollywood, who prosecutors say masterminded a plot to kidnap and murder 15-year-old Nicholas Markowitz. He was killed in 2000 because his older half brother owed
Zonen said in court documents that he helped Cassavetes with "Alpha Dog" to help publicize the hunt for
The state Supreme Court said Zonen could participate.
The case is