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Rate this book. The Boston police officers who brutally beat Michael Cox at a deserted fence one icy night in knew right away that they had made a terrible mistake. The badge and handgun under Cox's bloodied parka proved it: He was not a black gang member but a plainclothes officer who had been chasing the same murder suspect they were. While Cox was being beaten, Officer Kenny Conley chased down and captured the suspect. Afterward, as Cox waited for an apology from his department, federal prosecutors accused Conley of lying when he denied witnessing Cox's beating. Both Cox and Conley grew up in Boston and had dedicated their lives to serving the Boston Police Department, but when they needed its support, they were abandoned. A remarkable work of investigative journalism, The Fence details the shocking story of the attack, the attempted cover-up by police officers beholden to a "blue wall of silence," and the bitter repercussions on the lives of those involved.
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Dick Lehr born May 3, is an American author, journalist and a professor of journalism at Boston University. Lehr grew up in Connecticut. While working for the Hartford Courant , Lehr received a law degree from the University of Connecticut in Lehr was a John S.
A riveting, true-life account of violence, racial injustice, and betrayal within the ranks of the Boston Police Department. The Boston police officers who brutally beat Michael Cox at a deserted fence one icy night in knew right away that they had made a terrible mistake. The badge and handgun under Cox's bloodied parka proved it: He was not a black gang member but a plainclothes officer who had been chasing the same murder suspect they were.
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