Burglars in Blue
|Rating||:||4.70 (954 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||312 Pages|
"Well written piece of Denver Police Department history." according to ganny. Very easy read, interesting. It gave me insight into why there is the tension between Denver Police & Denver Sheriff. I am a Denver Sheriff and never understood why the 2 departmenta never really worked well togethernow I see the BIG PICTURE! A bit of history that is interesting and not known to many. Well written.. TAMDNA said A powerful story. "Burglars in Blue" is a very interesting story of one mans decent from Police Officer to Prison.The author, Art Winstanley, doesn't make any excuses for the choices that he made. In fact, he admits to doing some very bad things. This book must have been very difficult for him to write. He simply states the facts, to the best of his rec. Brocster said Burglers in Blue Book. Very interesting account of Denver police scandal from an insider's view. I recommend this to anyone that likes to read mystery, law or intrigue stories.
history"--Back cover.. "This book is the true story of my (Art Winstanley) involvement in the Denver Police scandal of the early 1960s. I was the first policeman arrested and the first to be sent to the Colorado Stated Penitentiary in Canon City in the largest case of police corruption in U.S