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The former narcotics detective explains why he went undercover in the 1970s to expose the corruption and graft rampant in the New York City Police Department and the city’s criminal justice system.
- Robert Leuci Professor of English and Political Science at the University of Rhode Island and author of several books, including "Blaze," "Fence Jumpers," "Double Edge," and "The Snitch."
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