Talk about corruption among police! Has anyone seen the movie, "Serpico" with Al Pacino? Made in 1973 about the City of New York and police corruption. "Frank Serpico (Al Pacino) is an idealistic New York City cop who refuses to take bribes, unlike the rest of the force. His actions get Frank shunned by the other officers, and often placed in dangerous situations by his partners. When his superiors ignore Frank's accusations of corruption, he decides to go public with the allegations. Although this causes the Knapp Commission to investigate his claims, Frank has also placed a target on himself. The film is based on a true story." What about the eight year American drama series, "Shield" about cops in LA? "Vic Mackey is a rogue cop in an experimental division of the Los Angeles Police Department, willing to sink to the criminals' level in order to take them on -- but his misdeeds eventually come home to roost. He breaks the law to, in his mind, bring some semblance of order to a chaotic world. The Wire, is about the city of Baltimore. You have to ask yourself, how much is real and how much is made up for entertainment purposes. Bottom line, though, Hollywood is depicting what's happening with the "men in Blue" in our communities across this nation. There are a ton of examples of police corruption in cities throughout the U.S. and I believe there are very few people, especially Black people, who don't know it. The question is, how do you clean the mess up or, does this country really want to or just paying lip service?