Frank Serpico, who’s 1971 testimony broke down the New York City Police corruption in everything from drugs to murder to prostitution, surfaced today for a stunning interview on the Alex Jones Show out of Austin, TX. Serpico spoke of today’s corruption and added more fuel to the already intense fire of the deception and looting of Americans.
Serpico went undercover for the NYPD in order to bust the drug activity in his city, only to become entangled in the web of corruption which blatantly occurred . Serpico had since 1967 been trying to inform bureaucracy of the criminal activity, but it wasn’t until he gained assistance from fellow officer David Durk that attention was paid to his allegations. Then NYC Mayor John V Lindsay, in light of Serpico’s testimony, formed the Knapp Commission which was appointed to investigate the corruption.
Listen to the broadcast in the last hour of today’s show, in the archives at http://www.PrisonPlanet.com.
[From Prison Planet.com]: On this Friday August 19, 2011 edition of the Alex Jones Show, Alex welcomes retired NYPD officer Frank Serpico to discuss police corruption and the drug war. Serpico’s experiences as a police officer were dramatized in the 1973 film Serpico, which starred Al Pacino in the lead role. Alex also welcomes Richard Reeves in studio to talk about Ron Paul’s presidential campaign and how you can get involved with local issues in your community. Link @: www.PrisonPlanet.com
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