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Cops swear to protect. Sometimes power gets the best of them—driven by greed, revenge, or simply insanity, the cops profiled here went evil.

Police corruption is more than just a crime; it is a betrayal of trust. When somebody entrusted with enforcing the law and protecting the public turns on the people he or she is supposed to protect, society itself suffers. The real victims of police corruption are law-abiding citizens that learn to distrust or fear the police.

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