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By A. C. Baantjer

ISBN-10: 9026104278

ISBN-13: 9789026104275

Een vrouw meldt zich aan de Warmoesstraat en doet aangifte van diefstal. Bij haar overleden oom is een kostbare verzameling gestolen. De Cock onderzoekt de zaak en ondervraagt de betrokkenen. Volgens de arts van de oom is het slachtoffer een natuurlijke dood gestorven. De Cock twijfelt hieraan als er nog een guy onder vergelijkbare omstandigheden om het leven komt. Het mysterieuze is dat beide heren vlak voor hun dood een maillot aantrokken. Als een derde slachtoffer valt, gelooft De Cock niet meer in een natuurlijke dood.

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He followed her down the staircase, arguing furiously. When she refused to come back inside, he struck her in the face, grabbed her by the throat, and dragged her upstairs and back into the apartment. Something horrifying was happening—to Parker and to his marriage. ” He, in turn, was soon describing his wife as a “damned fool,” an “idiot,” a “god-damned bitch”—and worse. What Bill was like before his marriage we do not know; however, these adjectives, this intolerance of fools, would be all too familiar to the men who later worked with (and for) him.

For three decades, from the Great Depression to the Watts riots, Parker and Cohen—the policeman and the gangster—would engage in a struggle for power, first as lieutenants to older, more powerful men, then directly with each other, and finally with their own instincts and desires. A. attracted the attention of a young Senate investigator with political ambitions named Robert Kennedy. It also antagonized FBI director J. Edgar Hoover and created an extralegal, wiretap-driven style of policing that eerily prefigures the tactics being used in today’s war on terror.

He saw the underworld’s denizens as human beings, not evil incarnate. ” Brown had another, even more influential backer in Norman Chandler, the publisher of the Los Angeles Times. The support Norman could offer was not purely rhetorical. The Chandler family had long maintained a special—almost proprietary—interest in the LAPD. Indeed, for more than two decades the city’s dominant newspaper had made it clear that a voice in police affairs was the sine qua non of the paper’s political support. It was widely known that Norman Chandler controlled three of the Police Commission’s five votes—and that Chandler expected them to vote for Thad Brown as chief.

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