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Few systemic corruption cases made against cops
Police in Baltimore have had their share of problems over the years, but they've managed to avoid scenes like this one in 1994 in New York: After officers were led from their Harlem precinct in handcuffs, the city's disgusted commissioner dumped their badges in a trash can in front of camera crews at a news conference.
By Peter Hermann The Baltimore Sun
February 25, 2011