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Florence Exposed

In this three-part investigative series, New Times exposes how the Florence Police Department's culture of political favoritism undermined serious criminal investigations and compromised public safety.

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  1. Two Valley Moms Battle Wealthy Water Baron George Johnson in Court
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  2. Tragic Consequences Follow Mayor Tom Rankin's Control of Politics and Police in Florence
    Part 3 of 3
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  3. Filmmaker's Documentary on Florence: Good Men, Bad Men, and a Few Rowdy Ladies
    Valley Fever
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  4. How Florence Police Sabotaged Investigations of a Child's Slaying and of a Teen's Rape
    Part 2 of 3
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  5. Injustice for All: The Florence PD Compromised Public Safety
    Part 1 of 3
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