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Protecting and Serving Themselves: The Fraternal Order of Police at 105 Years

By Nick Alexandrov Prelude Bobby Rush shouldn’t be here. Chicago Police meant to murder him in December 1969, when 14 of them invaded the West Monroe Street apartment to execute his fellow Black Panthers, killing one with a bullet to the heart and another,… Continue Reading “Protecting and Serving Themselves: The Fraternal Order of Police at 105 Years”