Cop Out

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Robert Davis, Dec 1, 2006 - Biography & Autobiography - 180 pages
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Cop Out is a true account of how a former police officer survived as a fugitive while evading authorities and eventually surrendered to God. This narrative approach of survival and skill encompasses a diversity of stories and experiences, including life in wooded terrain and survival as a fugitive for over twenty years. This account serves as a means for the readers to envision challenges as a true survivor leading to surrender regardless of the outcome. Reflections are provided to aid readers' understanding of this lengthy journey from periods of atheism to acceptance of God. This book is divided into time components from 1977 to 2002 sharing details of the journey as an escaped criminal from New Orleans to Canada and other notable locations in Illinois, Tennessee, North Carolina, California, and Florida. This story includes encounters with notable politicians and other persons of interest. Dynamics and difficulties in relationships are discussed in great depth. Critical and integrative perspectives abound in this transformation from ghetto product to law enforcement officer to fugitive to freedom. This account would be of great interest to Christians as well as the general community.
 

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About the author (2006)

Robert L. Davis is Associate Professor and the Director of the Spanish Language Program at the University of Oregon. He teaches courses in Spanish language, historical linguistics, and teaching methodology. His interests include language pedagogy and materials development, in particular the development of language skills within content-based instruction. He has written articles on language pedagogy, materials development, and language program direction.

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