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Unlike Bill Bratton's war on police brutality, corruption in Dowd's 1980s New York City was motivated by moral lines between cops and criminals blurrier than in a Scorsese flick. Asked how the recent uptick in calls to defund the police might be rooted in the crack era's transformation of American law enforcement, Nelson responds: "The war on drugs funded policing back. Some readers of our editorial "The Truth of 'Black Lives Matter'" took exception to the idea that black Americans are "disproportionately killed in encounters with the police." One commenter pointed us to an article in The Washington Times describing an analysis by Peter Moskos, assistant professor at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice at the City University of New York.