Chief: My Life in the Lapd, Page 4
Bantam Doubleday Dell Publishing Group, 1992 - Biography & Autobiography - 371 pages
His supporters call him a real-life American hero. His detractors claim he's a racist, a loose cannon--and worse. In 43 years with the L.A.P.D., he's been involved with cases from Patty Hearst to the Hillside Strangler, the Watts Riots to the Black Panthers, the Robert Kennedy assassination to the video-taped beating of Rodney King. Now Gates tells all. 16-page photo insert.
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Review: Chief: My Life In The LAPDUser Review - Jerrie Brock - Goodreads
The story wasn't so bad, it was interesting to see the evolution of the LAPD but the writing was a tad tedious. The writing could have been a little smoother and with a bit more perspective. Its all ... Read full review
Review: Chief: My Life In The LAPDUser Review - Arlisscrowe - Goodreads
Gates, in my opinion, did a good job on his memoir. Having grown up in LAin the 70s and early 80s, I can relate to what was happening then.I found the book interesting and enlightening. Arlisss Read full review