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Police Work: The breaking of an honest cop, Chapter 6

Chapter 6 In December 1992 I was the chief witness for the United States Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Virginia at the trial of Donald Moore and three other defendants, in United States District Court in Alexandria, Virginia. […]

Police Work: The breaking of an honest cop, Chapter 6

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Chapter 6 In December 1992 I was the chief witness for the United States Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Virginia at the trial of Donald Moore and three other defendants, in United States District Court in Alexandria, Virginia. […]

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Police Work: The breaking of an honest cop Chapter 5

Chapter 5 Less than two weeks after I testified at the second hearing things got progressively worse for me. Whatever thoughts I was entertaining in the back of my mind

Police Work: The breaking of an honest cop Chapter 4

The Loudoun County Commonwealth Attorney’s Office had come under scrutiny in the past for withholding exculpatory evidence in other cases. The chief investigator in the Carter case, that wasn’t the

Police Work: The breaking of an honest cop Chapter 3

Chapter 3 It all started in the spring of 1987. I had taken a few months off during my divorce. At that time I was living with a friend. Ed was

Police Work: The breaking of an honest cop Chapter 2

Chapter 2 After my honorable discharge from the US Army in 1979 I had applied to and was accepted by the Herndon Police Department in Virginia. Maybe I should have returned

Police Work: The breaking of an honest cop Chapter 1

Chapter 1 Truth, oath, honor, and integrity. Simple but powerful words. The definitions that mold the character of an honest cop. Corruption, deception, misconduct and cover-ups. Those words we should never

My Hero, My Son

The Baltimore Post-Examiner is proud to present excepts from My Hero, My Son by Joseph Baddick.  My Hero, My Son is a celebration of the life of Sgt. Andrew

Detroit Revisited: Off the beaten path

Fifteen years later, I was back in Detroit. On my first, long-ago trip, two weeks before 9/11, I left my belongings in an airport locker — airport lockers, remember them?

Baltimore Sun gives Japanese War Lords a pass

“Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” - George Santayana Some of the ways in which the U.S.’ A-bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki are very one-sided. They

Europe Under Attack: Neglected lessons from the Netherlands

On Christmas Eve (Peace on Earth) of the year 2002 I published an article in the Amsterdam newspaper 'Het Parool', in which I announced that sooner or later West

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