Former undercover narcotics officer Michael B Kaminski talks about the moral perils of his career; a radio postcard from Baltimore rock band, The Flying Eyes; and an essay from Marion Winik about Prince’s Rally For Peace concert in Baltimore.Michael B. Kaminski is an ordained minister, but his path took him through some dark spiritual territory along the way. Alcoholism, depression, and suicidal thoughts plagued him during his previous career. He worked as a policeman – an undercover narcotics officer – in the 1970s, and he’s chronicled the morally hazardous experience in his book, Life after Russian Roulette: Game Over. Kaminski spoke with The Signal’s Aaron Henkin.
Life after Russian Roulette; The Flying Eyes in South America; and Prince’s Rally for Peace Concert
By Aaron Henkin • Jun 25, 2015