Confessions of an Ex Cop: Young Police Officers Can Be Downright Dangerous
By TTAG Contributor
By Bud Harton
I became a cop in the spring of 1969 after returning home from Vietnam. It’s hard to imagine now, but returning Vietnam veterans weren’t really appreciated by the American public at the time. I quickly learned that I should avoid the subject of Vietnam altogether and if questioned whether I had been there, mumbling an answer and walking away was usually a good idea.
If there was any profession more intensely disliked than returning combat veterans, it was probably law enforcement.
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