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It's no worse than alcohol, which kills millions ..
It's a sad day for America when someone like this guy can profit off the taxpayers for fleecing them, and then write a book bragging about how he has fleeced them.
I'm going to give a couple of links, but if you google - Texas town steals money from motorists - you'll get plenty of information.
Boring and redundant. Hains offers no solution except stealing money from American citizens.
Most of the book is spent in an attempt to justify the criminal actions of police.
The Washington Post ran an enlightening piece on the budding rights of law enforcement to commit highway robbery, a piece featuring this book. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Old Coot
could not put it down. Opened my eyes to world of the police and the issues they deal with. .Published on October 16, 2012 by alvarez
This book was recommended by a collegue working with me in the substance abuse prevestion field. It gives a very interesting perspective on how Police Departmetns can look for... Read morePublished on August 1, 2012 by The Fifth Sister
This author is obviously a remarkably astute member of U.S. law enforcement who fully understands the inner workings of drug detection/interdiction. Read morePublished on April 18, 2012 by Anastasia