John Miller carries a gun and a badge and rides in a patrol car equipped with lights and siren. He's in charge of the LAPD's counterterrorism efforts. But he's not from Los Angeles, the Los Angeles Daily News notes. And he's not a cop. Six months after Chief William Bratton appointed Miller to the $157,289-a-year post, his civilian status rankles some uniformed members of the police department, who quietly accuse him of simply playing at cops and robbers. One high-ranking LAPD administrator said: "He's a very nice person, and there . . .
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