David Kocieniewski, former New York Times Police Bureau Chief, reveals every moment of Armanti's effort to break through the wall enforced by the cops' top brass. Here, with all its compromises, is the city of New York. Here, in all his humanity, is an unforgettable hero, battling for his honor and survival. Here is a remarkable story that ranks with the greatest police classics.
©2003 David Kocieniewski; (P)2003 Audio Renaissance, a division of Holtzbrinck Publishers, LLC
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"An outsiders view of inside the NYPD"
The NYPD is a tight semi military organization. Outsiders dont last too long nor do they receive 'free' information. So, with the help of an insider, The Brass Wall takes a shot at supervision in law enforcement, the NYPD and a major shot at the Internal Affairs Bureau managers. A good read book; believing the events remains with the reader.
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