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September 10, 2012
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Probation system failed in Phila. officer's killing

Dressed in civilian clothes early one Saturday morning after finishing his shift, Walker, 40, was slain last month during an armed robbery

By Karen Heller
The Philadelphia Inquirer

PHILADELPHIA — Officer Moses Walker Jr. was a 19-year veteran on the Philadelphia police force, a deacon in his church, an optimist who saw good in many people during his cruelly short life.

Dressed in civilian clothes early one Saturday morning after finishing his shift, Walker, 40, was slain last month during an armed robbery gone terribly wrong. He is the third cop killed this year, and the only officer to be murdered by gunfire.

Full story: Probation system failed in Phila. officer's killing






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