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Imagine coming home from a 12-hour shift at work, and before greeting your family, you must hurriedly take off your blood-stained clothes covered with pieces of bones, and then sit and have dinner. This is real for many police officers today. While this reality doesn’t happen often, the retired police officer turned author, Michael Tremoglie, tells “After Dark With Rob and Andrew,” it does happen enough that it takes a toll on police. The former Philadelphia policeman explains that it is unfortunate that all you hear now is about police being rogue. This, he says, is a “big lie” created by the media and those in power to “discredit the police.”
Michael Tremoglie is a novelist, polemicist, and journalist. He has written for the Philadelphia Bulletin and the Philadelphia Daily News, Philadelphia Inquirer, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Insight magazine, and the Washington Times. He has appeared on nationally syndicated radio shows such as Bill Bennett’s Morning in America, the Larry Elder Show, Fox News, and MSNBC.
Many of his articles have been reprinted in law reviews and referenced in congressional testimony. Mike is the author of a critically acclaimed novel, A Sense of Duty, derived from his experiences as a Philadelphia police officer.
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