Black cop: the real deal : the true story of New York City's most decorated cop
The true story of how Richie Lewis, a boy from the housing projects of New York City went on to become Detective Richard Lewis, the most highly decorated police officer in the history of New York City. Richard speaks out against the racism that still exists in America - within police departments. He relates how he and other black police officers were repeatedly denied promotions and were even treated like criminals themselves by some white cops.
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