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If you’re a crime reporter for long enough, you start seeing the world through a distorted lens. Everything is evil. People are always manipulating you. The world is a terrible place. People aren’t trustworthy and you have a true lack of faith.

I’d always argue, using my cynical brain, against the words that people said, because I lived inside the police reports that the general public wasn’t reading. The murders and brutal crimes against women and children. The autopsies and crime scene photos. It was a brutal world to swim around in. It made sense why so many police detectives drank and smoked. Criminals and even the general public tend to lie or play some angle to benefit their own lives or to just stay out of trouble, or even jail.

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