Street Justice: The Bronx

Decorated New York police Detective Ralph Friedman was responsible for thousands of arrests during his career, which began in the Bronx's infamous 41st Precinct -- dubbed "Ft. Apache" -- during the city's turbulent 1970s. Taking viewers along, Friedman looks back at many of those days filled with life-threatening cases, from seemingly unsolvable murders to undercover busts and deadly shootouts in broad daylight. He was commemorated with 219 awards for his efforts, including the department's second-highest honor: The Police Combat Cross.

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Street Justice: The Bronx

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Documentary, CrimeTV14
Starts09/30/2017Expires01/01/2031

Decorated New York police Detective Ralph Friedman was responsible for thousands of arrests during his career, which began in the Bronx's infamous 41st Precinct -- dubbed "Ft. Apache" -- during the city's turbulent 1970s. Taking viewers along, Friedman looks back at many of those days filled with life-threatening cases, from seemingly unsolvable murders to undercover busts and deadly shootouts in broad daylight. He was commemorated with 219 awards for his efforts, including the department's second-highest honor: The Police Combat Cross.

Moods

  • Bleak
  • Brutal
  • Fascinating
  • Gritty
  • Raw
  • Tense

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