Lawless Los Angeles Imploding #VB22

October 7, 20128 Comments

Los Angeles, CA   It was a long time in coming but Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa has delivered the  final nail in the coffin to the” Rule Of Law ” in Los Angeles. By instructing his political appointee Police Chief Charlie Beck to defy the Feds and refuse to turn over lawless, paperless immigrants for prosecution of  “petty” federal crimes.  This action came on the heels of another contested LAPD policy enacted recently by the Chief called Special Order 7 that forbids police officers to impound the cars of unlicensed drivers who are lawless, paperless immigrants within the City of Los Angeles.  But guess what?  Lawlessness in L A has been coming on for decades.  Watch this short video featuring law enforcement officials on just how lawlessness is the wave of the future it has been for the past several decades.

Ever since the Proposition  “F”  and Charter Reforms made the Police Chief and Deputy Chiefs into political appointments of the Mayor, the lawlessness in Los Angeles has escalated at a frightening pace, and with apparent approval from all our city fathers, elected officials and intellectual elite and ethical giants from power government and academic institutions within the lawless city of “Lost Angeles.”   Watch the video which will describe how the lawlessness began just a couple of decades ago.

8 comments to “Lawless Los Angeles Imploding #VB22”

  1. Javier M | October 8, 2012 | Permalink Reply

    I agree with mayor antonio villaraigoza. he knows what is best for our community and the only way to keep it safe is by getting rid of the real criminals not a lady who sells corn at the corner. it is unbeliavebable how low the american people have come. shame on them.

  2. ItsLate | October 9, 2012 | Permalink Reply

    1. YES 2 YES 3 YES 4 YES

    Unequal Treatment Of Law Breakers Is Illegal! Costly! Criminals Loose Is Very Unsafe For The Taxpayers Paying The Bills!

  3. Bobby | October 9, 2012 | Permalink Reply

    Californians deserve corrupt people like Villar, Beck, and Baca. Instead of standing their ground against these evil people, they just leave the state. Cowards, every last one of them.

  4. Donald | January 4, 2013 | Permalink Reply

    Yes for all four questions.

  5. Wally Dow | February 23, 2013 | Permalink Reply

    I feel that everyone in The United States should be aware of all of this. It eventually affects communities all over our country. They come into LA and many keep on going to other states and cities all across our nation. I have pointed out to may people the last names of those who are reported for committing crimes in the Tamps Bay area, and most other parts of Florida. My vote is below.

    1 yes

    2 yes

    3 yes

    4 yes

    We all must also at least view what Dr. Orly Taitz, Esq., is doing to attempt to enact legislation concerning the frauds, forgeries, and illegal occupation of the white house. View her at and please support her patriotic efforts to call out those in Washington, DC who are enabling much of these illegal aliens and ignoring the laws of the United States constitution.

  6. Wally Dow | February 23, 2013 | Permalink Reply

    Correction to Orly Taitz link in my comment and vote:

  7. joebanana | February 24, 2013 | Permalink Reply

    Basically, dereliction of duty applies to our entire justicial system here in So Cal. A crime syndicate of epic proportions, it’s a bigger danger to the public than the criminal element. LA County courts are a sick joke, there is no “honor”, integrity, decency, morals, due process, or justice in our courts, police force, or sheriff’s deartment. The police are a state supported street gang more deadly than the Blood’s or the Crips. Along with the corrupt judges, we have a major conflict of interest here.
    Thanks Full Disclosure for covering the stories the main stream media fail miserably at.

  8. Full of it | July 9, 2013 | Permalink Reply

    This issue is like car that is leaking fluid all over, runs on 2 out of 4 cyl, should you keep driving it? Absolutely not.

    Until we restore integrity to the law enforcement, nothing they do should be interpreted as its face value. Corrupt cops put people in jail unjustly (e.g. LAPD Rampart Div) and if we allow the justice system to process these people, you & I could be next.

    Anyone committing a heinous crime belongs in specially designed mental institution. Putting such criminal in court of people, devalues humanity. No one in right mind & conscience wakes up one day and decides to commit serious crime. Marinate this in your head for minute, person with good moral and conscience decides to commit heinous crime. Is it even possible?

    Immigrants are people too; they should not be treated any differently.

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