Betrayed: The Shocking Story of Two Undercover Cops

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Betrayed: The Shocking Story of Two Undercover Cops by Tom Gilling

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Author
Tom Gilling
Publisher
Allen & Unwin
Date of release
Pages
284
ISBN
9781741759631
Binding
Paperback
Illustrations
Format
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Rating
3
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The riveting tale of two honest and courageous police officers whose lives were nearly destroyed by the pressure, the danger, and the terrible isolation of living life undercover
 
What is it really like to live as an undercover cop? Joe and Jessie joined the New South Police believing they could make a difference, but their whole lives became a lie. They were cops pretending to be criminals, targeting drug dealers, criminal gangs, and, worst of all, crooked police. Surviving on deceit and gut instinct, Joe and Jessie lived in a world of drugs, violence. and corruption. To all but their parents they were exactly what they seemed—a drug-dealing junkie and his girlfriend. When they could no longer endure the pressure, the danger, and the terrible isolation they quickly discovered just how alone they really were. More than a riveting true story of loyalty abused and courage betrayed, this is a searing expoé of a police system out of control, and of senior officers who, by putting secrecy above all else, destroyed the careers and nearly the lives of two honest cops.


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