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’ “My partner fires one round, and the guy grabs his shoulder. I run up and am standing right over him, and he starts to lift his hand up, and I shoot him right in the head. For that battle, and the three other men he killed when they tried to murder him in the line of duty, Friedman gave himself something else, a tattoo on his right trigger finger that reads: “Justified 4X.” Friedman , now 66, is the most decorated detective in the history of the NYPD.While his descendant Eobard Thawne knew of Eddie's existence, Eobard too considered Eddie a failure of a Thawne. Some 9 months later, Eddie greeted Barry, happy to see him back at work after waking up from his coma, before he and Joe left to investigate a robbery at Gold City Bank.In late 2013, Eddie transferred from Keystone City to the Central City Police Department. They brought back various witnesses to the station, questioning them on the circumstances surrounding the bank robbery.It was the bad old days of 1974, the South Bronx, and NYPD Detective Ralph Friedman and his partner, Robert De Matas, were working undercover, posing as cab drivers. He has been stabbed, broke his hand twice, fractured his skull, and was smashed over the head with a tire iron.They watched a group of teens ask a man, Joaquin Castro, 37, for money. “The kid called him a cheap bastard, so [Castro] pulls out a gun and shoots him right in front of us — his chest explodes,” Friedman recalled. “I stop by a stoop, so I’m covered,” Friedman said. He has other ink on his chest for his years at The Bronx’s notorious 41st Precinct during the city’s most violent era.