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By Jim O'Neil,Mel Fazzino

A Cop's story specializes in big apple City's so much violent and corrupt years, the 1960's to early 1980's. Jim O'Neil - a former NYPD cop - provides a unprecedented examine the logo of legislation enforcement that ended Frank Lucas' grip at the Harlem drug exchange, his cracking open of the Black Liberation military case, and his event because the first cop at the scene on the "Dog Day Afternoon" financial institution theft.

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One of the monster cops slowly walked into the bar and came up behind the screamer, balled his hand into an enormous fist, and brought it down on top of the guy’s head in a pile driver-like motion. The guy’s knees buckled and he crashed to the floor unconscious. The cop waved to the bartender and exited the bar. ” The three of them got back in the car and drove off. I got the hell out of there myself, not wanting to get involved in what was sure to be a lengthy write-up about a questionable police action.

With her luster gone and her grandeur forgotten this once proud structure had become just another old fleabag. Seventeen stories high and made of masonry, she had been collecting dirt on her facade since 1904. The small windows that dotted each floor were so filthy you couldn’t see through them; that was probably a good thing. There were storefronts on either side of her entrance. ” The manager, Tommy Rice, a small black man in his forties, pointed his finger at her and yelled back, “Get away from my store you crazy old witch.

We found the guy lying next to a large pile of bricks with a bullet right between his eyes; we all cheered. Shortly after we got there Inspector Codd arrived and joined us around the body. ” “Um . . ” “Good job, Jimmy. E. ” Turning to the sergeant, he said, “Assign an officer to stay with Jimmy, and tell him to bring some sandwiches and beers for the both of them. ” It would turn out to be the only death officially listed as occurring during the riots. The rash of floaters pulled out of the waters surrounding Manhattan, in the weeks following the end of the riots, was obviously a very large coincidence.

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