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    When Enos is arrested for a murder he didn't commit, his life will never be the same. Remanded to the Fulton County Jail in Atlanta to await trial, how long can he hold on to his sanity in a world where the only good cop is a dead one? One person still believes in him, and it will be up to her to save his life. If you're looking for a cream-puff story, you should move on. A lot of research went into making this story both canon compliant and realistic. Prison isn't a safe place for cops. Crime/Suspense/Psychological Trauma/Adventure (Enos centric, but involves all characters). Reposted from FFnet

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    The lights flickered, the woman looked up at the foggy mirror in her bathroom and it just said one word, "RUN"

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    Small fic based on Murphy's Cops Law #35: Always be sure to give the guy who complains about paying your salary his nickel back before you write his ticket. It will leave him with a better impression of your services.

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    Language:
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    Words:
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    A brief encounter in Las Vegas in 1985 finds an echo twenty years later in Los Angeles.

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    1/1
    Comments:
    2
    Kudos:
    8
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    2
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