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Is there one law for those at the top and a different one for those at the front line? This story describes how a young, dedicated and straight cop was driven from his career because he crossed the line. But with a degree of poetic justice in the end, those who persecuted him eventually faced their own career-defining dramas.

This true crime short story is from "Australia's Queen of True Crime", Robin Bowles, who brings her many years experience investigating and writing on true crime to this investigation of police corruption and double standards.

Published: Robin Bowles on
ISBN: 9780987173829
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