Who Controls the Police To Avoid Deadly Beatings & Abuse? #VB106

October 10, 20115 Comments

Los Angeles, CA Full Disclosure Network® provides “the news behind the news” in this interview withBruce Whitaker, a Fullerton City Council member, who explains his frustration with the City bureaucracy. He describes how his efforts to get to the truth were stonewalled when he got inaccurate or incomplete information from the City regarding the death of Kelly Thomas, a mentally ill homeless man, who was beaten to death by Fullerton Police officers.

Demands Accountability

Councilman Whitaker says the City officials should be held accountable when the government obstructs the flow of information to the City Council members who are their bosses. He says it is not OK for City employees to put out false reports and there should be consequences. He is calling for government transparency and for the City to make public the audio and video tapes of what took place during the beating of Kelly Thomas.

5 comments to “Who Controls the Police To Avoid Deadly Beatings & Abuse? #VB106”

  1. wayne | July 18, 2012 | Permalink Reply

    cant you take the police before the supreme court to make that information available as a matter of public interest

  2. wayne69 | July 23, 2012 | Permalink Reply

    i personally think that a broom sweep the place clean from corruption in government and you have got it right i have seen you since this started and i firmly believe in you

  3. joebanana | July 26, 2012 | Permalink Reply

    It has become dangerous to go outside. It has become dangerous to remain indoors. The police have recently become a crime in themselves. Everyday for the past few weeks, the lame stream media has reported at least one police involved shooting. Too often police elevate a situation into a even more unstable one requiring the use of multiple thugs beating an otherwise placid individual. Many times to death. Militarized police aren’t the answer, they’re the problem.

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