Police Politics

January 8, 201412 Comments

  LASD Lt. Patrick Gomez (ret.) Gomez questions where the large amounts of money seized from drug dealers have gone, stating that account balances in the Narcotics Asset Forfeiture Fund show it’s not there. He charges Baca with encouraging unethical and alleged criminal behavior for Baca’s strict policy specifying seized money can’t be counted at […]

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January 7, 20142 Comments

Program Preview:   Segment 1: Ethics Officer Reveals LASD Corruption & Inmate Beatings Lt. Patrick Gomez, a veteran  Ethics Training Officer, retired after 31 years with the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department is appalled by the rampant beatings of inmates by deputies, and serious misconduct and abuse of taxpayer money by Sheriff Lee Baca and Under Sheriff […]

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December 17, 20133 Comments

Program Preview: Paul Orfanedes, Litigation Director of Judicial Watch, charges the LAPD and the Police Commission with tyranny, lawlessness, and taking the law into their own hands by attempting to circumvent the Rule of Law, which is the fundamental basis of protecting our freedom.   Full Segment #3:

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December 3, 20132 Comments

Program Preview: Sterling Norris, the Director of Monitoring for Judicial Watch, was with the D.A.’s office more than 30 years. He is dismayed that judges accept money above and beyond their salaries, giving up their integrity and independence. Norris charges that the D.A. should take action, telling the judges they have a problem. He acknowledges […]

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November 27, 20133 Comments

Program Preview:   Paul Orfanedes, Litigation Director of Judicial Watch, notes that traffic and vehicle laws are state-regulated. He states that the LAPD is undermining the Rule of Law and the Constitution with Special Order 7, even asking a judge to stay judgment until ruling on an appeal. Full Program Segment #2

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November 5, 20132 Comments

Paul Orfanedes, Litigation Director of Judicial Watch, explains how the LAPD crafted its own law for  towing and impounding vehicles of illegal immigrants, Special Order 7, because the LAPD and Mayor Villaraigosa didn’t like the state law. Program Preview: Full Program, Segment #1:

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November 1, 20137 Comments

Program Preview:   Commander Robert Olmsted (Ret.) is embarrassed by his former Department. In fact he was so troubled by the shame of the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department that he quit the LASD in 2010, and is now running as a candidate for Sheriff. Olmsted notes that the $100 million in lawsuit settlement “pay-outs” in […]

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October 30, 20139 Comments

Program Preview: Los Angeles, CA  Lt. Patrick Gomez, a highly principled individual, shares his emotional devastation as he tells of the horrendous terrorization of his wife and children, vicious threats of violence over the phone, cars parked outside the home and being followed, and the fear of the police that his children developed during this […]

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October 29, 20134 Comments

  Program Preview: Segment #1: LASD Sgt. Richard Valdemar (Ret.), International Gang Specialist, discusses attending a meeting in Washington, D.C. with other law enforcement professionals to lobby U.S. Senators on SB 744, the Border Security, Economic Opportunity and Immigration Modernization Act of 2013.” Valdemar cites studies of California population that report  one in ten L.A. […]

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October 15, 20136 Comments

Program Preview:     Segment 3: Julia Davis, a former U.S. Customs and Border Protection Officer, and her husband, movie producer BJ Davis, tell the harrowing story that began on the Fourth of July when performing her job, she was targeted as a Whistleblower and Domestic Terrorist by the DHS. Julia said that the immigration […]

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