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Stressed about the cop-killer commencement speaker? Try this...

Stressed about the cop-killer commencement speaker? Try this...

Graduating students at Goddard College made a terrible decision in inviting Cop-killer Mumia Abu-Jamal — I made the decision to use a stress management tool and take control of my emotional response. - Full Story

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Stressed about the cop-killer commencement speaker? Try this... Lt. Dan Marcou - Blue Knights

Stressed about the cop-killer commencement speaker? Try this...

Graduating students at Goddard College have made a terrible decision in inviting Cop-killer Mumia Abu-Jamal — I made the decision to use a stress management tool and take control of my emotional response - Full Story

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Police History: Was this Wild West cop the original Sherlock Holmes? Lt. Dan Marcou - Blue Knights

Police History: Was this Wild West cop the original Sherlock Holmes?

Hume was known to collect evidence and follow leads. He would dig buckshot out of the sides of stagecoaches for later comparison, sketch footwear impressions and even analyze handwriting - Full Story

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Why John Dodson blew the whistle on Fast and Furious Lt. Dan Marcou - Blue Knights

Why John Dodson blew the whistle on Fast and Furious

When the final chapter on Fast and Furious is eventually written, Special Agent John Dodson of the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms will be one of the story’s (very few) heroes - Full Story

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Police History: Was Officer John Parker at fault for Abraham Lincoln's death?

Police History: Was Officer John Parker at fault for Abraham Lincoln's death?

On April 14, 1865, President Abraham Lincoln was happier and more relaxed than he had been since his besieged presidency began — by April 15, 1865, he would be dead - Full Story

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Police History: Was Officer John Parker at fault for Abraham Lincoln’s death? Lt. Dan Marcou - Blue Knights

Police History: Was Officer John Parker at fault for Abraham Lincoln’s death?

On April 14, 1865, President Abraham Lincoln was happier and more relaxed than he had been since his besieged presidency began — by April 15, 1865, he would be dead - Full Story

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Why the Model 1911 still belongs in police work

Why the Model 1911 still belongs in police work

When a fellow officer sees a proven, competent officer packing a cocked and locked .45 Model 1911, they know they’re dealing with a warrior who strives for the best performance in all things. - Full Story

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Police History: Officer J.D. Tippit was more than merely Oswald's Lt. Dan Marcou - Blue Knights

Police History: Officer J.D. Tippit was more than merely Oswald's "other victim"

Officer J.D. Tippit was a perfect example of the “Greatest Generation” — a generation of Americans whose epic stories of victory, valor, and sacrifice are destined to echo throughout history - Full Story

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Police History: Frank Serpico and the preservation of honor Lt. Dan Marcou - Blue Knights

Police History: Frank Serpico and the preservation of honor

After a best-selling novel on his life was made into the movie ‘Serpico,’ he became famous, but Frank Serpico was more concerned with courage - Full Story

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