Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
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OVC i" x 5 yd. toll 43C C) COPYRIGHT I960. CANADA DOWN THE HATCH Heida, one of two whales at Victoria's Seolond of the Podflq. gets o snock of o bucketful of fish from trainer Rujty Copeland. It looki like dangerouf business, but Rusty says otherwise. Digging up corruption in 4New York's Finest' By JOYCE EGGINTON London Obscrvtr Service NEW YORK "When I wa young cop in New York, nar cotics payments were anathe- ma. Oh, you'd hear talk of it i the locker room, but it wa scorned. "Thus New York's 5, year old Police Commissione Patrick Murphy recently recal ed another era of law enforce- ment in this city. Today, wha was once whispered in th locker room has become th means of paying off the mor gage for many of New York' police, some of whom a: as deeply into heroin traffi ci the Mafia. There is nothing new abou corruption among big city lice forces in Ihc United States The history of htis city's polic department has been punctua ted by scandals, every te years or so. But the scanda which is shaking it now is big ger and more shattering thai any before, and so are Mr Murphy's methods of dealiii_ mill it. In an unprecedented purge of his force, the Commis sioner has fired, disciplined, de- moled or transferred some 500 men, including senior com mandres and inspectors. Whole teams of police have been transferred out of Har lem, where pay offs (o police by narcotics dealers make the Harlem baet a choice assign mcnt for a dishonest patrolman Senior officers of the force's Narcotics Division have been fired and, in a highly contro- versial move, Mr. Murphy has promoled a 41 year old hi spector, Donald Cawley, over 72 of his seniors to be the city's youngest ever Chief of Patrol in dinrge of New York's patrolmen. Mr. Cawley has given dam- aging Icstimony before a State Investigation Commission about the activities of brother offi- cers in heroin traffic. At one hearing, lie (old the Commis- sion thai he knew of New York police who had accepted bribes and even sold narcotics. "They hnve known of narcotics viola- lions and failed lo lake enforce- ment Mr. Cawloy testi- fied. "They have entered into personal associations with nar- cotics criminals and, in sonic instances, (licy hnvc used nar- cotics. They have given false testimony in court lo obtain a dismissal of charges ngninst a defendant." In one insUmcc, cit- ed hy Mr. Cnwley, n team of six policemen exlorlcd regular payment.-, of from a nar- colics dealer. At Christmas (imo llicy tried lo push llio blackmail to but lo their surprise Die dealer com- plained In a senior police offi- cer and the racket was swiftly cndrd. Some complaints to higher po- lice authority have failed out questionnaires to aD have htis effect because captains and inspectors, re- higher authority has been them to detail their per- aa involved in the finances, Mr. Murphy Is This has long been a naive enough to expect the aecepted fact among the members of his force of Harlem where the police tell the truth, but he expects widely regarded as leaders answers to some question- corruption rather than to be damning in the ers of hte of other evidence about Now this gossip has been same men. firmed by ample evidence of witnesses, on the fringe of the drug business and trying desperately to get out ot if, who are afraid to give vital information to the police about drug traffickers because they suspect t will be funnelled right back to the will be even more dramatic revelations about police corruption in a few weeks' time when the Knapp Commission holds public hearings. Meanwhile, the Knapp Commission has made the point that, in the existing climate, a new recruit to New York's police force "is Harlem's black with a situation where it Charles Rangel has (old how easier to become corrupt personally watched a man in to remain honest." parked car in Harlem sell for a handful of men in to eight separate Mr. Cawley, there is scarce- Mr. Rangel then drove off to intercep tthe nearest police patrol car, and reported the incidents with full descriptions. But the policemen sounded disbelieving and disinterested, an honest policeman who will report on the corruption of his colleagues. The acknowledged course for a "straight" policeman lo Uke when he is paired with a crooked one is to com- ing Mr. Rangel unneces s a r to his commander that questions long enough for has "a personality conflict" drug salesman to get the other man. The euphe- Corruption within the is well understood, and a York police fores has Jed is quietly arranged, such diabolical twists as no investigation of the cor- case of the two policemen deliverately fed heroin to a prl addict, so as to her into becoming a "front" most likely consequence ieir peddling of the that the honest policeman is There was also the or even intimidated, who arrested a heroin dealer join the crooks. One young .he street, giving another bold enough to tes- er'ive the opportunity lo before the Slate Investiga- .he dealer's home. In yet Commission, lold of the re- other bizarre incident, a of, two detectives at his old patrolman was found when he brought in a y cultivating marijuana dealer. "Why did you in his working time, in a him" the detectives ask- adjoining (he police "He's the kind of guy you ment's do business with." COMING TO extent of police corrup- The stories have been coming to light through two cannot yet be assessed, but it is (he main reason why a nar- sions which have been traffic of enormous dim- police corruption in continues to flourish in York. Apart from the Slate York the city with the vestigation Commission, addiction rate in all John Lindsay's A few years ago most was last year prodded into Ilic police graft here came xjinting one of its own, the form of pay offs hy illc- hy a Wall Street lawyer. gambling racketeers, and man Knapp. The Kn.ipp were authoritative mission, which has not that this gave the New ilcted its work, is likely police illicit side benefits lave the more far reaching between seven and twelve oning action over ch.irgcs much bigger. police corruption, as well as rank ajid file po- cily's fornior Police and among many offi- or Howard for his there is biller rosputnient ure to provide Mr. aniurphy's purge. The Mr. Murphy, who of llio Nov. York police- fr, Leary a year ago, Is union, Kdward Kiomnn, (oilfiller stuff (hnn (he his Imss sltould resign force hns srcn for years. with the slaliility of the soiw.il warnings, ho foiw ,il has ironi- ic was "fed up" with accused llio Commission- of co-operation from his of omh.'irkiug upon "the sys- cers, and stepped up his destruction of the- fin- Ills latest move has been police force in the world."