John Eterno

Molloy College

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Professor of Criminal Justice at Molloy College and co-author of The Crime Numbers Game: Management by Manipulation; former officer with the New York City Police Department (1983-2004)

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It’s the latest raw wound in the social fabric: A cold-blooded sniper attack on police officers in Dallas, in the middle of a peaceful march to protest recent police shootings in…

Police Shootings – and a Devastating Sniper Attack on Officers in Dallas

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