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Lou is a minor antagonist of the 1996 film Eraser. He is low-time thug who works for Vincenzo Canelli.
According to U.S. Marshal John Kruger (the hero of the film), Lou was known for helping Canelli sell drugs until Johnny threatened to testify against them in exchange for protection in the Witness Program for himself and his girlfriend. Needless to say, Canelli didn't take it very well on this after spotting Johnny in a restaurant, so he and his men (including Lou and Benny) broke into Johnny's house one night, capturing Johnny and his girlfriend and preparing to kill them by burning their house with gasoline. Canelli also intends to slice out Johnny's tongue as a souvenir to taunt the witness protection program.
Fortunately, Kruger came to the rescue by hanging Lou with a high-tensile wire on the front door and snapping Benny's neck with a fridge door. Kruger then shot down Canelli's remaining man with a bullet before snapping Canelli's neck.
Because of this event, Johnny thanked Kruger for saving his and his girlfriend's lives. To make things better, Johnny even returned the favor by bringing in his cousin Tony Two-Toes and his men to help Kruger to stop Daniel Harper and Robert Deguerin from selling high-pulse railguns (created by Cyrez Corporation) to international terrorists (led by Sergei Ivanovich Petrofsky).