Brotherhood of Corruption: A Cop Breaks the Silence on Police Abuse, Brutality, and Racial Profiling by former Chicago cop Juan Antonio Juarez exposes the shocking truths about the abuses of power within the city's police department. From Juarez's inside perspective, this Chicago Review Press book offers horrifying examples of police brutality and indiscretions. Juarez recounts how fellow officers routinely stop women for made-up traffic offenses, hit on domestic violence victims and take time during shifts to "visit" with girlfriends. Working the city beat for two years and as an undercover narcotics officer for five years, Juarez shows throughout "Brotherhood of Corruption" how he gradually takes advantage of the power behind his uniform and blurs the line between cop and criminal. This book is available at bookstores everywhere and at www.ipgbook.com.