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When were you last truly shocked?

When something came at you without warning?

On the 29th April 2017 I fell off my bike. One second I was up, the next I was on the ground with a broken shoulder. 269 more words


Roll Call: The Light Switch

By Mikey, Retired LAPD

One of my passions during my law enforcement career was officer safety and I preached it at every opportunity. Officer safety is a philosophy not a program; programs fail, and you can’t fail at officer safety. 670 more words

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Serial Killer Roll Call

A morbid reality is there are a lot of classified serial killers (SKs) in the world. Some have been caught, some still roam free, some have died, and some are living out their lives in prison. 131 more words

Serial Killers

States Vie for Pro-Life Martyrdom in Effort to Capture SCOTUS Attention

“Over 45 years ago, on January 22, 1973, the Supreme Court handed down an unambiguous 7-2 decision in favor of a woman’s right to make conscious choices about her own body. 183 more words

Contemptor (Politics/Media Criticism)

Roll Call: Rampart and the Baby Powder Caper

By Mikey, Retired LAPD

March 25, 2018


In the summer of 1973, as a rookie copper in Rampart Division, I was learning the ways of the LAPD. 788 more words

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By Mikey, Retired LAPD

It was 1978 and I was assigned to Northeast Division Vice. From time to time, we had loanees from patrol, so they can better understand how we do the job. 644 more words

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