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At left, prisoner James "Boots" Tigar, a 31-year-old convicted murderer, white supremacist and peacekeeper, allegedly ordered a stabbing. At right, Jon Christopher Blaylock, a Crips gang member serving 75 years for trying to kill a police officer, was freed from his cell as a prison peacekeeper. He is believed to have fatally stabbed a prison guard. Related (AP Photo/Calif. Dept. of Corrections)
Darrell Jesse, right, city attorney in North Sioux City, and North Sioux City Police Chief Jody Frye testified Monday, Jan. 23, 2006, in Pierre, S.D., for a bill that would set up zones where sex offenders could not live. The House Judiciary Committee took no immediate action on the bill. (AP Photo/Joe Kafka)
Stafford (N.J.) Township officers stand in front of a home Friday where two boys ages 14 and 7 were found bludgeoned to death the previous night. Richard Toledo Gonzalez, 24, who was not related to the family, was charged with two counts of murder, kidnapping and robbery. He was to appear in court Friday afternoon. (AP Photo/John Baer)
Russell County Sheriff Tommy Boswell, chairman of the Alabama Criminal Justice Information Center, makes a point during a meeting Thursday in Montgomery, Ala. The commission approved a change to keep the names, addresses and other identifying information off of parts of police reports. (AP Photo/Rob Carr)
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A Cincinnati police car cruises down Vine St., Tuesday in Cincinnati. The Cincinnati PD is making significant progress toward complying with its agreement to reform its use-of-force practices, training procedures and record keeping, a court-appointed monitor Saul Green said this week. (AP Photo/Al Behrman)

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