As drizzling rain coats her Pontiac on the patchy lawn, Helena Roundtree sits at a glass-top table in her rented Miami Gardens ranch house, jabbing the air as she speaks. The 47-year-old condominium security guard and single mother of three is dressed in baggy shorts and a sleeveless T-shirt despite the damp coolness. She reflexively smoothes her reddish hair extensions and smiles broadly, explaining how she unmasked a respected Miami lawyer as the mastermind of a scheme to take millions of dollars from at least seventeen estates that secretaries, teachers, social workers, and others had... More >>>