Bernie Kerik's Painful Journey From the Jailer to the Jailed
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Beyond his own compelling story -- from New York Police Commissioner to federal inmate, Bernie Kerik's new book spotlights grievous shortcomings in a penal system that incarcerates more than 2 million inmates and, he warns, may be about to implode. [Full Story]
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Bernie Kerik's Painful Journey From the Jailer to the Jailed
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