The voice of an angel, the soul of a change maker, the mind of a businessman. Sam Cooke was the highest selling artist of the 1960s, second only to Elvis, and his crossover appeal made him a fan favorite of audiences of all races. He was at the height of his career when he was gunned down in a seedy Los Angeles motel. Was it a justifiable homicide as the police would have you believe? Or did something more sinister happen?