http://www.enquirer.com/editions/2003/04/30/loc_fop30.html Cincinnati's police union wants to get out of a historic agreement on police reform, saying its officers shouldn't have to work with an attorney who sues them and a biased federal judge, the Cincinnati Enquirer reports. More than 200 officers voted unanimously Monday night to withdraw from the collaborative. Fraternal Order of Police Vice President Keith Fangman said the union would instead implement an anti-crime program with community councils in the city's . . .
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