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A Cop's Tale

NYPD the Violent Years : A Detective's Firsthand Account of Murder and Mayhem
O'Neil, Jim (Book - 2009 )
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Delivers a look at the brand of law enforcement that ended Frank Lucas's grip on the Harlem drug trade and cracked the Black Liberation Army case, and shares the author's experience with the "Dog Day Afternoon" bank robbery.

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A Cop's Tale focuses on New York City's most violent and corrupt years, the 1960s to early 1980s. Jim O'Neil - a former NYPD cop - delivers a rare look at the brand of law enforcement that ended Frank Lucas's grip on the Harlem drug trade, his cracking open of the Black Liberation Army case, and his experience as the first cop on the scene at the Dog Day Afternoon bank robbery.

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Focusing on New York City's most violent and corrupt years, the 1960s to early 1980s, a former NYPD cop delivers a rare look at the brand of law enforcement that ended Frank Lucas's grip on the Harlem drug trade, his cracking open of the Black Liberation Army case, and his experience as the first cop on the scene at the "Dog Day Afternoon" bank robbery.

Authors: O'Neil, Jim, detective sergeant
Statement of Responsibility: Jim O'Neil with Mel Fazzino
Title: A cop's tale
NYPD the violent years : a detective's firsthand account of murder and mayhem
Publisher: Fort Lee, NJ : Barricade Books, c2009
Characteristics: 279 p. ; 22 cm.
Bibliography: Includes index
Contents: This ain't Russia, baby
To the academy
Feathers
Super Jew and me
All hell breaks loose
Wedding bells and malignant melanomas
Plain clothes
hell no, I won't go
Fort Zinderneuf
73rd Precinct
A little R&R and the bigot
A bullet for Leroy, an onion sack for Frankie
Two notes in the coop
A&P homicide
A kinder, gentler police force
Surprised at the 73rd
Good-bye 73rd squad, hello dog day afternoon
War with the BLA
Internal Affairs Division
Dodge City
32nd Precinct, Harlem
May the force be with us
The end of Star Wars
Senior citizen robbery unit
I get SCRU'd
Return of the rabbi
Civil rights
what the hell are those?
No more easy targets
Oh to be a kid again
Subject Headings: Police New York (State) New York Biography Police New York (State) New York History O'Neil, Jim, detective sergeant
Topical Term: Police
Police
Additional Contributors: Fazzino, Mel
LCCN: 2009004432
ISBN: 1569803722
9781569803721
Branch Call Number: B O'Neil O
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