The DC Sniper Rampage: The Biggest Police Debacle of the Century?

Those who forget police debacles could be the victims of the next law enforcement fiasco. Former Montgomery County, Maryland, police chief Charles Moose passed away on Thanksgiving Day. He became famous as the most prominent law enforcement official during a three-week sniper rampage in the Washington area in 2002. The Washington Post ran a front-page piece on his death, and career and local officials hailed him as a “great leader” and “terrific” while the media touted him as a “hero.” But Moose was the mastermind of one of the biggest law enforcement pratfalls in this century. After the snipers were finally captured after killing … Continue reading →

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