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Crime, Police The War on Drugs and "Why You Can't Stop Murder" in Baltimore

Black October and the 1973 Murder of State Delegate Turk Scott

January 9, 2015

Retired 60-year veteran law enforcement officer Stephen Tabeling and award-winning investigative journalist Stephen Janis discuss the murder of Maryland State Delegate – who was facing federal indictment for drug charges – by the group Black October (4/4)

How Drug-Dealing Baltimore Politicians and Police Escaped Accountability in the 60s and 70s

January 8, 2015

Retired 60-year veteran law enforcement officer Stephen Tabeling and award-winning investigative journalist Stephen Janis discuss the selective prosecution in the early years of the “War on Drugs” and how dirty police and politicians repeatedly thwarted justice (3/4)

Unconstitutional Policing and the Toxic Relationship Between Cops and Baltimore Communities

January 7, 2015

Retired 60-year veteran law enforcement officer Stephen Tabeling and award-winning investigative journalist Stephen Janis discuss the harm caused by unconstitutional policing practices and how “Zero Tolerance” in the 2000s lead to the wrongful arrests of tens of thousands of people under the Martin O’Malley administration (2/4)

Does Maryland’s Police Bill of Rights Protect Bad Cops?

January 6, 2015

Retired 60-year veteran law enforcement officer Stephen Tabeling and award winning investigative journalist Stephen Janis discuss their book “You Can’t Stop Murder in Baltimore” and the impact of the 1974 Maryland’s Law Enforcement Officers Bill of Right (1/4)