Frank Serpico - Quotes

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The fight for justice against corruption is never easy. It never has been and never will be. It exacts a toll on our self, our families, our friends, and especially our children. In the end, I believe, as in my case, the price we pay is well worth holding on to our dignity.

The fight for justice against corruption is never easy. It never has been and never will be. It exacts a toll on our self, our families, our friends, and especially our children. In the end, I believe, as in my case, the price we pay is well worth holding on to our dignity.

Today it is becoming harder to speak out, with the inception of the Patriot Act, the president has legislated free speech to be a crime. ---->>>

An honest cop still can't find a place to go and complain without fear of recrimination. The blue wall will always be there because the system supports it. ---->>>

I used to think, 'How can I write my life story? I'm still living it.' ---->>>

I'm retarded - I mean I'm retired. ---->>>

I had gone through a near-death experience, and that gives you an insight into how fleeting life is, and what's important.

I had gone through a near-death experience, and that gives you an insight into how fleeting life is, and what's important.

My acting career began on the streets of New York. When I was a cop, I played many impressive roles, from derelict to a doctor, and my life often depended on my performance. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: American
Born: 04-14, 1936
Birthplace: Brooklyn, New York, United States
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Occupation: Celebrity
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Francesco Vincent "Frank" Serpico (born April 14, 1936) is a retired American New York City Police Department (NYPD) officer who holds both American and Italian citizenship. He is known for whistleblowing on police corruption in the late 1960s and early 1970s, an act that prompted Mayor John V. Lindsay to appoint the landmark Knapp Commission to investigate the NYPD (wikipedia)