“Bush’s War On Cops” Alleged By Magazine

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http://www.washingtonmonthly.com/features/2003/0309.wallace-wells.html Richmond, Va.'s police department was praised both by the Clinton administration and the National Rifle Association for helping to cut the city's murder total in half during the 1990s. Now, the Washington Monthly reports, Richmond lacks the manpower for a similar campaign. "All we're able to do right now is respond to calls which come in," said police chief Andre Parker. "We don't have enough men to do any proactive policing. It . . .

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