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A poor boy from the Projects poor housing estate does well at grammar-high school and is selected to join the air force as an office-gentleman- jet pilot.

There is a big reduction in defence budgets and pilot training is severely hit; so he is transferred into the Police.

He is very concerned at joining this allegedly endemic corrupt to core non performing organisation; and soon discovers it is a minefield of corruption black-holes, where some policemen disappeared from the promotion route up the blue pole.

By saving a colleagues life in a drunken fights he nearly dies and is awarded a high honour medal. This now acts as a passport to meet very important people and a route to the top.

A multi-millionaire adopts him as his protege and invites the rookie policeman with his poor projects-princess to very important executives parties and social gatherings.

After 6 months the multi-millionaire awards the young policeman some shares in his business group and a directorship. The journey to the top and Top Cop and billionaire has begun.

Our successful young rookie is awarded a university course scholarship in criminology and this gives him accelerated promotions.

He quickly starts to produce staggering successes in fighting crime and arrests a major drugs gang.

Yes a nice delayed honeymoon is well deserved in their new house in Barbados for the young policeman and his projects-princess; before he advances on to greater tasks and responsibilities in Policing.

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