D.C. Police Corruption Probe Ends With a Whimper

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http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A50465-2003Oct19.html A six-year investigation into Washington, D.C., police corruption that once promised to shake up the city's department has quietly ended. In the end, only one cop, the original target of the probe, was charged. The case was front-page news in 1997, when the police lieutenant was charged with extortion, fraud and embezzlement. The lieutenant was the roommate of D.C. police chief Larry Soulsby, who abruptly resigned. The case looked as if . . .

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