Bratton, “Kevlar Man,” Says He’s In L.A. To Stay

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Quashing rumors that he would leave before his term ends in 2007, Los Angeles Police Chief William J. Bratton says he's not going anywhere for the next four years. Bratton told the Los Angeles Times: "I just bought a million-and-a-half-dollar home. I get a pension out of this place after five years that's worth a fortune. My wife has just changed jobs. We happen to like living in Los Angeles. Why would I want to leave?" Bratton said the LAPD would be his last big-city chief's job when he was named . . .

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