Stars: Richard Gere, Andy Garcia, Laurie Metcalf, Nancy Travis, Richard Bradford
Genre: Crime, Drama
Rating: R (Restricted)
Runtime: 115 minutes
The internal affairs departments of police forces nationwide are bastions of secrets and suspicion. Investigating allegations of impropriety and crime among their fellow officers, the men and women are viewed as outsiders by many police, yet few honest officers would deny that they perform a vital service. They are the constant reminder that no one is above the law, even those sworn to uphold it. Their decisions can ruin careers and lives, or they can choose not to pursue officers suspected of misconduct.AMERICAN JUSTICE examines several recent cases of police corruption and misconduct to see how Internal Affairs departments work. Meet Cynthia White, a Chicago policewoman who turned in 12 other officers, and Marvin Hirsch, who represented officer Mike Dowd, accused of drug dealing. In a remarkable interview, Charles Campisi, Chief of Internal Affairs for the NYPD, traces some of the landmark corruption cases that have shaken the force. It is a remarkable examination of the problems and temptations facingThis product is manufactured on demand using DVD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply.
She's very pretty too. A little skinny for my taste, but they say the skinny ones give good head so...
OK, here's what's going to happen. I'm gonna f*** her for a while and teach her how to cum.
Then that way, she can show you what she likes!
They said you're a pretty good boxer, Raymond. You're pretty f***ing good. (coughing blood) Not bad!
Clean yourself up!
Give my best to Kathleen!
What Oat's said about your fellow officers honouring and respecting you is, as you probably know, complete crap. Most of the cops hate our guts. To the extent that they credit us with having any. They think we're climbers who went into I.A.D. for the promotions, which is true, not that we necessarily get them. So, they're polite because they're afraid of us. That's all.