Moskos presented an unreflective view of himself and a fairly uncritical view of the police and the justice system. At least he acknowledged that he did not have the ability to understand the others he superficially observed.
I do find it hard to understand why anybody would want to kill me or another police officer. In truth, I observed others quite thoroughly. In the Eastern District, superficial observations can get you killed. I went home every night. All my friends weren’t so lucky.And I’m very critical of the justice system. It's bad for everybody.
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