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Sometimes the people we think we can trust the most are the very people who'll betray us. As I mentioned in an earlier post, The Betrayal is also a good cop/bad cop story. Kyle Madden, the leading man, is a good cop who risks his career, and his life, to save Emily, the leading lady. However his partner, Beau Fowler, is also his nemesis.
A thirty year police veteran, Beau has been a good cop who's caught his fair share of bad guys, but during that time he's also been passed up for promotions, oftentimes by younger officers he helped train. Now his luck appears to be changing. He's been called to investigate a suspicious death at the home of a well known motivational speaker. A high profile case. All he has to do is get a conviction and he's sure to get his long overdue promotion--even if it means framing an innocent woman. In Beau's mind, people sometimes have the misfortune of being in the wrong place at the wrong time.
Beau Fowler is a purely fictitious character, who, sadly, is inspired by the occasional bad cop out there who inflicts harm innocent citizens. Fortunately such officers are rare, as most are like Kyle; good people who put their lives on the line each and everyday.