THE TRIAL OF PATROLMAN THOMAS SHEA
The first New York City cop in fifty years to be indicted and tried for murder for a shooting in the line of duty in 1973. The gripping account of Thomas Shea, and the events that inspired Audre Lorde's 1975 poem "Power" that challenged accepted notions of police conduct and criminal justice in America.
Publisher: Seven Stories
Item #: 278095X
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