Ann and James Colomb.
The Colomb Home. One undercover officer says the Colombs sold him crack on a rainy day under the family's carport. As you see in the photo, there's a basketball hoop extended over the carport roof. At the time of the alleged drug deal, the carport hadn't yet been built, and wouldn't be built for another year. The Colombs were convicted on the charge, anyway.
Lois and Rodney Carrier. A strikingly frank couple who' trust for law enforcement and the government was shattered by what happened to their son-in-law.
The deck Rodney Carrier and son-in-law Danny Davis built in Carrier's backyard.
Lois and Rodney Carrier
Rodney Carrier. Initially unhappy with his daughter's choice to date a black man, he now describes Danny Davis as "like my own son."
Rodney Carrier, on the deck he and Danny Davis built.
Church Point's black Catholic church.
Colomb has kept ten years of records of her sons' harassment by local police.
Ann Colomb and her son, Edward.
Church Point's white Catholic church.
Rodney and Lois Carrier, Danny Davis' in-laws. Initially embarrassed that their daughter was dating a black man, they eventually came around, and were among Danny's staunchest defenders at his trial.
Lois Carrier, looking out on her backyard.
Another view of the Colomb home, which federal prosecutors allege was the site of a 10-year, $70 million, multi-state crack selling conspiracy.
The stoplight on Piquemine Street in Church Point. The light separates the mostly white section of town from the mostly black section.
Ann Colomb, with four of the five briefcases of court records, police reports, and witness statements she's collected over the last ten years.
Ann Colomb feeding her chickens. The family started raising chickens in their backyard because grocery store chicken was getting too expensive.
Sign welcoming motorists to Church Point, Louisiana.
Ann Colomb feeds the family's flock of roasting chickens.
Ann Colomb sifts through her piles of documents.
Lois and Rodney Carrier.
Ann Colomb feeding her chickens.
Ann Colomb's grandaughter, Maricah.
Danny and Elizabeth Davis with their son Peyton. Elizabeth was pregnant with Peyton while Danny was in prison.