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    Cops

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    , at best, "fired". Didn't Donta Dawson lose whatever job he had? Doesn't everyone who goes to jail? From those who have made a career of being "tough on crime", this is one offense that they have all but ignored. For, it is not a crime when the cops kill-it is their JOB. Their job is legalized terrorism of the poor, the impoverished, the anti- established, the powerless. They are protectors of the raging class divide in America. If they behaved in the suburbs the way they did in the ghettoes

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    Running From Cops

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    Parties and Cops, name a better combo? Running from the cops isn't a very "healthy" experience, but it is by far one of the more bizarre and exciting things I've ever gone through. I can't say I wouldn't like to go through it again, but at the same time my "Ego" seems to suppress my "Id" on this one. I don't exactly know the single reason for my desire to repeat such a treacherous event, but my analytical mind definitely comes up with a few logical conclusions. I like treating this experience

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    Dont Talk To Cops

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    Don't Talk to Cops "GOOD MORNING! My name is investigator Holmes. Do you mind answering a few simple questions?" If you open your door one day and are greeted with those words, STOP AND THINK! Whether it is the local police or the FBI at your door, you have certain legal rights of which you ought to be aware before you proceed any further. In the first place, when law enforcement authorities come to see you, there are no "simple questions". Unless they are investigating a traffic accident

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    The location is New York city, the home to the Reagan family and the setting of the cop drama Blue Bloods. The show follows the Reagan 's, a family with their roots entrenched deep in the structure of the NYPD. The family has a long history of law enforcement service starting with Henry Reagan (played by Len Cariou) the former police commissioner and father of the acting PC Frank (Tom Selleck). His three children Danny, Erin and Jamie (played by Donnie Wahlberg, Bridget Moynahan and Will Estes

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    Essay

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    through the character of Bob in “after twenty years.” In the story so far Bob is waiting for his friend Jimmy outside as it has been twenty years after they seen each other, when a cop notices Bob standing their in the dark of the day as he wonders what this fella is doing. So Bob is explaining what he is doing there when the cop asks him if he has talked to his friend sense it has a really long time when bob answers saying, "Well, yes, for a time we corresponded," said the other. "But after a year or

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    bums, drug dealers, scorched abandoned cars, sleazy strip bars, cops and crack heads. You can buy cocaine and marijuana on almost every side street just by driving down with your window rolled down. Corners with lots of shoes hanging from a single telephone poll advertise heroin and crack. Once you drive under the L-train, you can amuse yourself by playing the spot-the-prostitute-game. Paddy wagons are never parked to far away and cops patrol by, ignoring the misdemeanors around them and just trying

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    L.A. Confidential

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    L.A. Confidential L.A. Confidential is a movie of cops that are more corrupt than the criminals they arrest. Throughout the movie Bud White is portrayed to have a personal hatred for women abusers despite becoming enraged and hitting Lynn Bracken. At the beginning of the movie, Bud and two other officers are seen sitting in a car, observing a man beating his wife. Officer White gets out of the car, approaches the house, and then pulls the family’s Christmas decorations from the roof. When the man

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    15 Minutes

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    not always convincing. But at the same time, there's no denying that it's onto something, that its savage indictment of the nexus involving media, crime and a voracious public is a cinematic statement difficult to ignore. For despite its traditional cops-and-killers format, "15 Minutes" (its title taken from Andy Warhol's prediction of how long everyone in the future can expect to be famous) is a polemical, apocalyptic film. Writer-director John Herzfeld is furious at the "if it bleeds, it leads" nature

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    The Truth Exposed in A Clockwork Orange

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    The Truth Exposed in A Clockwork Orange Alex, the fifteen-year-old narrator of Anthony Burgess's novel, A Clockwork Orange, lives in a society where violence reigns. This novel has a very direct nature, and is often blunt to the point of offense, but this makes it more powerful and helps to further its point.  This point is that everyone is out for themselves, whether they be the police, government or citizens of this society. In this book, the police can be just as

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    four stations in this market will show. There are three distinct audience preferences. The first groups of 1200 viewers has a first programming preference of sitcoms and a second choice of soaps. The second group numbers 900 viewers and would pick cops first and soaps second. The third group, 500 viewers, likes soaps first and sitcoms and their second choice. This model says that the audience will watch their first choice first and then the second choice, but only is their first choice is not available

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