-- The Motor City may have found its very own "Avengers"
in the form of FBI chief Andrew Arena, U.S. Attorney Barbara McQuade,
and DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration) boss Robert Corso, who
are returning to their hometown Detroit to fight the good fight
against crime, corruption and politics (CCP).
has made Detroit one of the most violent -- if not, THE most violent
-- cities in the United States, with 135 murders this year ...
seems that every time we hear some horrible, astonishing crime
and think it can't get any worse - a day or two later, we hear
of another one" McQuade told the Detroit Free Press on May
31. "But we don't let it defeat us."
the words of Clint Eastwood's Super Bowl commercial, it is not
just halftime for our nation, but halftime for our Motor City,
with these crusaders not only helping restore law and order. For
instance, Arena is leaving his job at the bureau for a position
as executive director of the Detroit Crime Commission, a non-profit
organization whose sole purpose is bringing down several of the
city's criminal organizations.
Arena, McQuade, and Corso, it's not just righting injustices in
Detroit, but to inspire others in the belief that one person --
man or woman -- can make a difference.
been good to me" Corso said. "If I can give back by
doing my job here, then I want do that."
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show weatherman Al Roker stops by to promote his new TV show to
be filmed entirely in Detroit