A True Prince off the City

In Chicago, a cop goes undercover to crack a police dope ring

Government corruption in Chicago is at once routine and legendary, such a fact of everyday life that each new scandal seems not so much to shock citizens as to reaffirm their cynicism. Yet in the past few weeks even the most jaded Chicagoans must have been a little dismayed. Ten West Side narcotics policemen were convicted on June 30 of taking $250,000 in protection money from dope dealers. Last week, in a separate case, ten more policemen were arraigned and three others...

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