LIFE IN THE FISHBOWL
The true story of how a white cop infiltrated and took down 41 of the nation’s most notorious CRIPS.
LIFE IN THE FISHBOWL is a one-hour drama series about the world of DEEP undercover police work and the ramifications it has on EVERYONE involved. It is a 360 degree view of how a white cop infiltrated and took down 51 of the nation’s most dangerous CRIPS, followed by the Mexican drug cartel supplying them — And yet, still managed to coach his daughter’s little league games on Saturdays.
We all know there is no shortage of police dramas, so what sets this one apart? First off, this story isn’t fiction.
Not only did the things in this series actually happen, but LIFE IN THE FISHBOWL lives by an unnegotiable standard of grounded realism. Realism where good guys vs bad guys is never black and white. Narcs trying to rise in the ranks of the CRIP and cartels’ biggest KINGPINS are never initiated by being told to snort a line of coke or kill someone. That’s the kind of bullshit you see in the movies. KINGPIN’S hands would make the Pope’s look dirty. KINGPINS have soldiers and soldiers are the ones who got shit to prove. You cross a CRIP in this world and you better believe there will be someone waiting to beat you with a two-by-four to the last inch of life, before shoving an AK-47 up your ass and pulling trigger... And NO it won’t be quick. And YES, everyone you love will be next.
Survival in this world means creating the illusion of a multi-million dollar empire using the meager budget of a struggling municipal narc department. It means going out on your own, completely off the books into one of the most violent and dangerous neighborhoods in America. This world depends on sheer wit, balls the size of Texas, mental toughness and most of all — PATIENCE. When there’s millions of dollars worth of cash changing hands every day — trust takes a long fucking time.
In deep undercover work EVERYTHING lives in the grey and nothing is ever tied up with a nice bow in the end. Friends are discovered to be enemies and enemies sometimes the only hope for survival. When you go undercover on REAL missions as DEEP as these, dying becomes menial. The true fear is losing who you are and everything you hold dear. It’s coming home to loved ones searching desperately for the husband, father and son they once knew.
This is the realism LIFE IN THE FISHBOWL swims in. This is the story of one of the bravest undercover cops of my generation.
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