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Arundel police corporal admits creating dossiers on Leopold enemies
An Anne Arundel County police corporal told the presiding judge Tuesday in the misconduct-in-office trial of County Executive John R. Leopold he created dossiers on perceived political enemies, helped distribute campaign signs and drove Leopold to parking lots for romantic encounters, the Maryland Daily Record reported.
Cpl. Howard Brown, a former member of Leopold's executive protection detail, said he knew it was wrong but didn't think he had "much recourse," that he could lose his job if he didn't…
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