Good Cop, Bad Cop: The State of the Iraqi Police

The Village Voice | September 26, 2005
Of all Iraq's security forces, the regular uniformed police are the most vital to maintaining security in this troubled country; they're also the most corrupt and the least reliable. First of two parts

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