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In this photo taken Thursday, Feb. 19, 2015, retired Fort Worth Police Chief Jeffery Halstead, left, talks with attendees to a conference on the use of body cameras hosted by Taser International for law enforcement personal at the California Highway Patrol headquarters in Sacramento, Calif.  Halstead successfully pushed the city of Fort Worth to approve a no-bid contract worth up $2.7 to purchase body cameras from Taser, the stun gun maker that is now a leading supplier of body cameras for police. A review by The Associated Press shows Taser is covering airfare and hotel stays for police chiefs who travel to speak at the company's marketing conferences. It is also hiring some recently retired chiefs as consultants, sometimes months after their cities signed contracts with Taser.(AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli)
FILE - In this photo provided Feb. 26, 2015 by Tim Brommel, is the official portrait of Missouri Auditor Tom Schweich. Schweich,who fatally shot himself in an apparent suicide, had vowed to take down the state's most powerful politicians and donors, including his fellow Republicans, when he launched an anti-corruption campaign for governor last month. (AP Photo/Missouri House of Representatives, Tim Bommel)
FILE - This undated photo provided by the Illinois Department of Corrections shows Drew Peterson, the former suburban Chicago police officer convicted of killing his third wife and suspected in the disappearance of his fourth. On Tuesday, March 3, 2015, Peterson is expected in court at the Randolph Couty Courthouse in Chester, Ill., for a preliminary hearing on charges that he tried to hire someone to kill the Will County prosecutor who helped put him in state prison. (AP Photo/Illinois Department of Corrections, File)

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