Friendly Fire?: The Good, the Bad and the Corrupt

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AuthorHouse, Aug 1, 2003 - Fiction - 548 pages
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"This is the true story of corruption in City government. It starts out with the Department targeting and attempting to kill an ex-employee where officer Peach was shot twice by his own Department and the subsequent cover up that occurred. The same officer then exposed a police officer serial rapist to the Department and they ignored him and hoped that the rapist would go away. When it became apparent that he was right, the Department turned their corrupt investigative might on officer Peach in an attempt to discredit him and served an illegal warrant and conducted an illegal interrogation and then fabricated lies to cover up their illegal conduct. Officer Peach's methods and credibility were called into question, ironically the very same methods that had discovered the police officer rapist. This is a true story that exposes the seedy, dirty underside of Law Enforcement politics that the public should realize exists in all police agencies. If the officer isn't willing to ignore crimes committed by other officers then the Department has to get rid of them, by any means possible, legal or otherwise, to maintain their facade of quality police service and reduce their lawsuit liability."--Amazon.com

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