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The family of slain DNC staffer Seth Rich is calling on the Washington, D. police department to go public with details of the murder investigation, after ten months of near-silence from law enforcement officials and as theories continue to spread about the mysterious circumstances of Rich’s shooting death last July.‘The family has full confidence in the Metropolitan Police Department’s ability to proceed with this investigation.But given the large amount of hearsay and conspiracy theories surrounding the case, maybe it’s time for the police department to be more forthcoming with information regarding the investigation and to update the people of Washington, D. on the status of the case,’ said Brad Bauman, a spokesperson for Rich’s family.While working in the crime-ridden South Bronx in the 1970s, he was prolific when it came to taking down the perps who shot at him, pulled knives and pummeled him with everything from fists to a tire iron.If cops had box scores, he’d be the Russell Westbrook of the NYPD.However, the has spoken to two private investigators working for the family on the case.Both said they believe the shooting was unrelated to a robbery.

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“I enjoyed police work; actually, I survived on adrenaline rush,” said Friedman, who chronicles his gritty tenure in the new, action-packed book “Street Warrior” (St. Many cases were violent and memorable for Friedman, who toiled in the plainclothes anti-crime unit, but it’s the one he never solved that still eats away at him — a deadly terrorist attack, for which no one was ever punished.

In 1975, the historic Fraunces Tavern in lower Manhattan was bombed by Puerto Rican terrorist group FALN, killing four and injuring 43.

Ralph Friedman has taken more than a few bad guys off the street.

The former NYPD detective has arrested more than 2,000 criminals.

But they’ve also publicly posted about being sleep deprived on the job and they’ve posted photos of drug busts that can compromise cases, and tweets about going undercover.