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A Cop's story makes a speciality of long island City's such a lot violent and corrupt years, the 1960's to early 1980's. Jim O'Neil - a former NYPD cop - can provide a unprecedented examine the emblem of legislations enforcement that ended Frank Lucas' grip at the Harlem drug exchange, his cracking open of the Black Liberation military case, and his event because the first cop at the scene on the "Dog Day Afternoon" financial institution theft.
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Nobody planned it but the looting was inevitable. First came the yelling, then the screaming out at social injustices, and just as the mob was gathering a feeling of invincibility a low almost imperceptible sound was heard. Not a random street sound but one with a purpose. A word repeated over and over like some barbaric chant. As the mob strained to hear, the sound grew louder; it was getting closer. But as realization spread that the sound was being chanted by only forty cops there was a collective sigh of relief.
A cop’s tale : NYPD the violent years : a detective’s firsthand account of murder and mayhem / by Jim O’Neil with Mel Fazzino. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 978-1-56980-372-1 1. O’Neil, Jim. 2. Police--New York (State)--New York--Biography. 3. Police--New York (State)--New York--History. I. Fazzino, Mel. II. Title. 2092--dc22 [B] 2009004432 ISBN 13: 978-1-56980-372-1 ISBN 10: 1-56980-372-2 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Manufactured in the United States of America DEDICATION This book is dedicated to the love of my life, my wife, Peggy O’Neil.
The wind was howling but it couldn’t drown out the big band sounds coming from the ballroom at the Hotel Taft. The closer I came to the entrance the louder the music got and the warmer I felt. The Jersey Shore Club Dance Band played Sinatra as I made my way to the coat check. Coatless, I joined three of my TPF buddies who were already seated around a table and ogling the women. I hadn’t had time to get a drink when Jimmy Crean said, “Check out those two coming out of the ladies room. ” He got no argument from me as I walked right up to the prettiest woman I had ever seen.