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eBook Cops, Crooks and Politicians ePub

by Neil W. Moloney

eBook Cops, Crooks and Politicians ePub
Author: Neil W. Moloney
Language: English
ISBN: 0897164679
ISBN13: 978-0897164672
Publisher: Peanut Butter Publishing (1993)
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Rating: 4.5
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Cops, Crooks and Politicians : A Bank Heist Exposed a Major Political Scandal. What the book brings into the light of day is truly fascinating and eye opening into how policing has evolved as well as the stroy and long shadows cast by this particular robbery.

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A former chief of the Washington State Patrol contends that three bank robbers who killed a Seattle police officer 40 years ago were protected, if not directed, by corrupt Canadian cops, including members of the vaunted Royal Canadian Mounted Police. In a self-published book, Neil Moloney says the unsolved case, considered the most spectacular bank robbery in Seattle history, also shows that Seattle police officers were poorly trained.
This is a cops book, by a cop, and written first for cops. It uses the story of the murder of a police officer to highlight the importance of understanding corruption. However when it comes to specifically detailing that corruption the book is a model of circumspection - articulating the truth for someone with a large amount of local knowledge but otherwise completely allegation free.

Most curious is the absence of Norm Maleng from the story, the King County Prosecuting Attorney who made his name by miffing a very high profile corruption case in this vein, in 1974. Very prominently, and very positively, mentioned is the former US Attorney, Senator, and US Transportation Secretary Brock Adams who had been victim of a model sexual scandal not long before the books publishing.

This book is a must read for any serious student of local government in the Pacific Northwest.
If you are into Seattle history (such as it is) this is one book that you need to read.
What begins as an armed bank robbery in the Greenwood neighborhood of Seattle twists and turns into a no holds barred window into 1950's policing in both Seattle and British Columbia. What the book brings into the light of day is truly fascinating and eye opening into how policing has evolved as well as the stroy and long shadows cast by this particular robbery. The "good old days" had many things that were not so good and the level of collusion between local politicians, corrupted individual officers, and criminals is actually frightening. Stories of alcoholics in the department assigned to the evidence room helping themselves to items and payoffs of judges by criminals with the resources illustrate how far we've come since then and the value of all the rules that have evolved and the efforts of outstanding officers to be treated rightfully by city councils with significant struggles well into the seventies. Should be read by community members, officers, and politicians.
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