Street Warrior: The True Story of the NYPD’s Most Decorated Detective and the Era That Created Him by Ralph FriedmanAs Seen On Discovery Channels Street Justice: The Bronx
2,000 arrests. 100 off-duty arrests. 6,000 assists. 15 shootings. 8 shot. 4 kills. These are not the performance statistics of an entire NYPD unit. They are the record that makes Detective 2nd Grade Ralph Friedman a legend.
Friedman was arguably the toughest cop ever to wear the shield and was the most decorated detective in the NYPD’s 170-year history. Stationed at the South Bronx’s notorious 41 Precinct, known by its nickname “Fort Apache,” Friedman served during one of the city’s most dire times: the 1970s and ‘80s, when fiscal crisis, political disillusionment, an out-of-control welfare system, and surging crime and drug use were just a few of its problems.
Street Warrior tells an unvarnished story of harrowing vice and heroic grit, including Friedman’s reflections on racial profiling, confrontations with the citizens he swore to protect, and the use of deadly force.
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Avoid drinks and give up smoke transform yourself into a nice bloke, And you wont have diabetes nor stroke; for depression cannot be hidden in whirls of smoke nor anxiety cannot be shrouded by a joint of coke. Nor Alcohol can dissolve the molecules of stress Nor amphetamine can give you an ace in race. The body tyrannizes by deluge of desires bear the lashes of excesses diet insatiably taken day and night; It is attacked by army of trans fat and terrorist of cholesterol. The arteries are thickened and body is sickened; Diabetes and strokes becomes unwanted guest, A penalty of satisfying wanton tastes. But when a man of vision performs yoga in all seasons, that suffuses his cells with rejuvenating divine oxygen; Then hidden viruses on suicidal mission gets trapped in fortified cellular garrison, And the bullets of oxygen punishes them for trespassing, with the charges of treason, And all pampered cell rejoices in unison without reasons.
Poems about Hand Washing
Hand washing is one of the most important things a child can do to protect themselves from germs, bacteria and illness. Most preschoolers understand the need for hand washing, but will often need some reminders of when to wash their hands, as well as some help remembering all of the steps to proper hand washing. Try some of these fun rhymes to help children wash well:. Wash, Wash, Wash Your Hands This is a great song to sing to remind children how long they should scrub and wash their hands. Sing through the song twice for an effective hand washing. Wash, wash, wash your hands.
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