Pete invited John Baeza to come on the show. John recently wrote an article for LewRockwell.com entitled, “How I Survived 3 Years as a Libertarian Cop.” John details his successes in applying libertarian principles to monopolistic policing and talks about what ultimately led to his separation. He also talks about police reforms he’d like to see now that could drastically reduce violence and harm to all parties involved.
John Baeza was was involved in hundreds of criminal investigations in his 20 year law enforcement career. Det. Baeza began his career as a New York State Correction Officer at Sing-Sing Prison; worked patrol in Harlem’s 32nd Precinct; and served as an undercover Police Officer and Detective in the Manhattan North Narcotics and Major Case Units. He transferred to the Manhattan Special Victims Squad, where he was responsible for the investigation of sex crimes, serial rape, sexual homicide, and child abuse. During his tenure in this assignment he expanded his knowledge of law enforcement investigation procedures. Det. Baeza has been published in the Journal of Behavioral Profiling and books such as the Rape Investigation Handbook, among other publications, and he maintains a large reference library including many of the seminal investigative textbooks.
How I Survived 3 Years as a Libertarian Cop
John’s Writings at LewRockwell.com
Donate at the Libertarian Institute
Pete’s Link to Sign Up for the LP
Link to Richard Grove’s Autonomy Course
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