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NO MORE SECRETS

At age 13, Al Chesley was offered a ride by a policeman known in his Washington, D.C., neighborhood as “Officer Friendly”—and a detour to the officer’s apartment began a pattern of sexual abuse that lasted until Chesley left for college at age 18. Gifts and cash helped keep him quiet; so did photos taken by the officer that Chesley feared would surface. But

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