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  • Judy Cassidy, widow of slain police officer Chuck Cassidy, said following the ceremony, “We know there’s good and bad in every profession, but a lot of these officers are trying to do their job and it’s sad that they can’t anymore without such controversy.”

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  • “There were girls who played for him a long time and never knew he was a police officer until he died,” Cassidy’s widow, Judy, told the Northeast Times last Wednesday after local youth sports groups, elected officials and the city’s Mural Arts Program unveiled a mural of the slain cop on the walls of the Penn-Crisp Gym.

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