Texas Cops Exposed: The Ugly Truth They Don’T Want You to Know
The author is a former police chief and three-time Texas whistle-blower, he now owns a private investigations company. Bret Adams tells a story that is inspired by true events. The story reveals everything you ever wanted to know about police corruption in Texas. Adams was the class president and valedictorian at the police academy, and served in all most every Texas Law Enforcement capacity. Adams has filed whistle-blower type lawsuits against state law-enforcement agency administrators, police chiefs, law-enforcement organization leaders, sheriffs, dozens of police officers, multimillion dollar companies, city councilmen, and mayors. Adams ended a corrupt sheriffs career and exposed a huge cover-up in a famous whistle-blower law suit. The story also includes a unique look into the murder of a deputy sheriff and explores the possibility that the deputy was murdered by fellow officers. Also read how Adams exposed one the most flagrant and outrageous speed traps in Texas history. It does not stop there; in fact, the story details how Chief Adamss police department was disbanded by the mayor to obstruct an investigation into the mayors company which allegedly employed hundreds of illegal immigrants. Read how the mayors fifty million dollar a year company was suspected of bribing sheriffs, district attorneys, and a former United States Congressman. The story provides valuable information for protecting you and your family from police corruption. This story is also an absolute must for the policeman hopeful, as it will give the new officer essential knowledge going into their career. From speeding ticket quotas and racial profiling to one of the most corrupt towns in Texas, all the way up to murder, this story will finally reveal the other side of the blue line and what goes on outside the public eye.
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