WR073 – Ken Eurell & ‘The Seven Five’, The Most Dangerous Precinct in the Country

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‘The Seven Five’ is a riveting new documentary about police corruption in 1980s Brooklyn and the man who was arguably the dirtiest cop in NYC history, Michael Dowd. Due to a lucky chance encounter with his ex-partner Ken Eurell after a screening of the film, it is our privilege to have Ken on the show to discuss his time working in the most dangerous precinct in the country.

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