The Savage City: Race, Murder, and a Generation on the Edge - Chapter Fourteen: Whitmore's Last Stand - Chapter Sixteen: Panther Justice Summary & Analysis

T. J. English
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Chapter Fourteen: Whitmore's Last Stand - Chapter Sixteen: Panther Justice Summary and Analysis

Chapter Fourteen - Whitmore's Last Stand

Many of the cops in the NYPD followed every confrontation between the Panthers and the police as though it were a sports competition, but most were rather disturbed by what they saw happening. For Bill Phillips, his top priority was, as always, the hustle. He had a reputation of knowing how to get it done, so much so that the rookie cops requested to ride with him frequently. He had many fly-by-night partnerships with fellow hustlers throughout the city.

When Bill's father began his elderly decline, no one could have predicted the profound effect his death would cause for the entire city. Phillips had become a cop because of his old man, who had also been a...

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