One of New Orleans premier talk radio shows has invited Robert L. Davis to appear on it's live radio program. WGSO, 990 am, and Jeff Crouere, host of Ringside politics, will be examining the recent arrest of police officers in the New Orleans Police Department as well as the long time documented corruption that exist in the city.
Over the last few months, many officers have faced assault and battery charges, brutality charges, as well as doing criminal favors for other cops. Many residents of the city are irate and have called for the resignations of Mayor Ray Nagin and Police Chief Warren Riley.
New Orleans many years ago, and arguebly today, was known as the murder capitol of the United States as well as home to the most corrupt police officers in America.
The author will be discussing not only the many ways that citizens can detect a bad cop but will offer his opinion as to how police departments across America can eradicate this menace to the public, as well as offering tips to detecting bad cops.
The program can be accessed via the internet by going to www.wgso.com and then listen in on the live show, Ringside Politics. The show will air beginning at 10:30 am, Central time.