Monthly Archives: April 2016

FICTION: Blue Ribbons and Twin Gunshots by Matt Broadway

April 11, 2016
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“Look Frank, I don’t like this at all,” Joey said. “I mean, what the hell did she do anyway?” Frank was so tall and gangly he had to bend over to wrap his hand around the girl’s neck. His fingers hugged her like a noose, but the girl didn’t seem to care. She stared...

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Policing the Police — Non-fiction by Andrew Case

April 7, 2016
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You get hard quick investigating the cops. When I first started working for the CCRB—the Civilian Complaint Review Board, empowered by the New York City Charter to investigate police abuse—I was a smart hardworking kid who wasn’t that long out of college. The city was looking for smart hardworking kids back then, because they...

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