Just what lay behind the New York DA’s aggressive targeting of a small Chinatown bank in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis? Abacus Federal Savings, a family-run community institution, became the sole bank in America indicted for practices that brought the mortgage industry—and the economy—to its knees. The giant culprits were deemed too big to fail. But Abacus was seen as just right: small enough to jail. Or so it seemed. Alumnae Vera and Chanterelle Sung relive their family’s saga.