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"Phenomenal quick listen"
Zach Fortier is back with more true crime accounts from the streets. This time he deals with the subject of cops gone bad, including an account of one cop that made the FBI's ten most wanted list for a brutal, quadruple murder. It's hard to believe - and read - about so many police officers that fall from grace and make every mistake possible: theft, murder, fraud, drug abuse, and more. Not to mention the cops sent to prison, proving that "anyone is capable of anything given the right circumstances."
"Annoying narrator ruins the book!"
Curbchek is the story of a damaged cop, Zach Fortier. Fortier worked in the police department for the city where he grew up. One foot in the world of the cops, courts and legal system; the other in the world of gangs, drugs, thugs and street violence. Where the laws and rules are made by the strongest, the schemers and the most brutal.
Curbchek-Reload is a dark account of the final years of Zach's time spent as a cop. He is damaged and paranoid. Having survived frequent life and death battles, he is taking dangerous risks and pushing himself to the limits. Sprinkled with humorous events to lighten the razor’s edge descriptions of the daily shootings, stabbings and, rapes, Curbchek-Reload has the highest rating of any of Zach Fortier's audiobooks. If you like your true crime edgy and dark, take a look at Curbchek-Reload.
StreetCreds is a look inside the world of street gangs and the cops that work them.
I worked the street for many years before I entered the Gang Task Force, joining it with the idea that I could rise to the level of violence of any banger I encountered - a really stupid idea. I wanted to "earn back" the respect of the citizens for the police; I grew up in this city, and I worked its streets the best way I knew how, feeling that I had a firsthand understanding of what the citizens were experiencing.
"Disappointed all around."
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