Gangs / Valdemar

May 27, 20082 Comments

Los Angeles, CA. L.A. County District Attorney and the L. A Superior Courts have refused to take any action to deport illegal alien gang members, as a matter of policy. For years, like the LAPD, these agencies have contended that they do not have anything to do with illegal immigration and their official policy as stated […]

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August 13, 2007No Comments

DISTRICT ATTORNEY STEVE COOLEY Los Angeles, CA Organizers of the September 5-7th law enforcement training conference on “Gangs, Drugs, & Immigration” scheduled to be held at the Westin Los Angeles Bonaventure Hotel, have announced the event has been cancelled due to political infighting attributed to the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s office. This was to […]

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June 25, 2007One Comment

Los Angeles, CA: Full Disclosure Network® explores the role and purpose of three civilian police monitoring organizations who have been appointed by the Courts and the L.A. County Board of Supervisors to investigate operations of the L. A. County Sheriff’s Department and county jails. The Full Disclosure® series on civilian police monitors consists of interviews with Mike Gennaco, Chief […]

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April 22, 2007No Comments

Los Angeles, CA. – Is the ultimate gang solution near? In a FREE thirteen minute FULL DISCLOSURE NETWORK® video news blogSteve Ipsen, President of the Association of Deputy District Attorneys and Jerry Thompson, retired Sheriffs Deputy say yes and they describe the process. The courts could require juvenile offenders to wear GPS tracking devices thus deterring adult gang members […]

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March 11, 20072 Comments

Los Angeles, CA. In an eight minute Full Disclosure Network® video news blog, President Steve Ipsen of the Association of Deputy District Attorneys accuses California politicians of deliberately sabotaging the California Prison system thus setting the stage for a massive prison release program now underway. Ipsen tells FDN hostLeslie Dutton how criminals who are sentenced to prison are now being released after serving only […]

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August 28, 2006No Comments

Los Angeles, CA. The failure of local law enforcement agencies to gather, monitor and retain intelligence on subversive groups linked to terrorists has created a dangerous climate. According to gang specialist and retired Sergeant Richard Valdemar, a 33 year veteran of the L. A. County Sheriff’s Department most law enforcement agencies routinely destroy intelligence records on […]

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May 31, 2006One Comment

Los Angeles, CA. The Full Disclosure Network® presents an hour long, two-part Sheriffs Candidate Forum with the law enforcement officials who are campaigning to become the next Los Angeles County Sheriff on the Internet via streaming video, in their entirety. This video forum is moderated by Emmy Award winning host Leslie Dutton.   PART ONE: EARLY PRISONS RELEASES: Candidates […]

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February 20, 2006No Comments

Los Angeles, CA. In seven-minute news video blog the Full Disclosure Network™ presents L. A. County District Attorney Steve Cooley, Supervisor Michael Antonovich and Sheriff Leroy Baca describing how criminal aliens are NOT prosecuted under California’s Three Strikes Law. This shocking and revealing video can be viewed below as a public service. When criminal aliens […]

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February 8, 20062 Comments

Los Angeles, CA — In a new six-minute video news blog taped just before the Feb. 4th prison riot at the L. A. County Pitchess Detention Center,Sheriff Leroy Baca told the Full Disclosure Network™ that the Federal Government “should pay more attention to the (illegal alien) criminals in our jails and reimburse us for the cost”. Baca said if […]

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May 26, 2005One Comment

According to Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca the politics of being Sheriff in one of the nation’s largest counties is one where he often is challenged by elected officials from some 40 contract cities, the Metropolitian Transit Authority and nine Community Colleges when ever problems happen. On this Part-one of a two part Full […]

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