I spent the 1980s in law enforcement. My primary duties as a sheriff’s deputy were enforcing drug laws in Fayetteville, North Carolina. My level of success and professionalism eventually led to a bigger assignment as a special federal marshal assigned to an organized crime and drug enforcement task force.
"Unfortunately, today while most Americans are celebrating freedom, some of us are still fighting for it." On Independence Day, Troy Williams writes about how racial profiling, prevalent in his town of Fatetteville, North Carolina, goes against American principles of equality and freedom.
A week ago Pabitra and I hopped in a rental car for our first field visit in 2011, and my first trip as the RWG Field Organizer.