Police Politics

July 1, 2005One Comment

Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca tells Full Disclosure Network® “We are a social service agency and I am viewed as a social service sheriff.” Baca’s comments were made in the first segment of the program covering “use of force” policy changes within the department since the well publicized shooting incident in the City of […]

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June 15, 2005No Comments

Los Angeles, CA. L. A. County Sheriff Lee Baca describes the Compton California shoot-out and suspensions involving thirteen Deputy Sheriffs in an exclusive Full Disclosure™ one-hour interview with Emmy award winning host Leslie Dutton videotaped on Thursday, June 9, 2005. An eight minute video preview containing Baca’s detailed explanation of shooting, reprimands, policy changes and community […]

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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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May 12, 2005One Comment

Los Angeles, CA—On the second-half of the Full Disclosure Network® cable and Internet television program, Councilman Bernard Parks compared the recent dismal 27 percent voter turn-out in the L. A. Mayor’s race to a 67 percent turn-out in the democracy of Iraq. Parks observed that voters in Los Angeles are apparently voting with their feet, […]

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May 12, 2005One Comment

Los Angeles, CA – According to retired LAPD Captain Kenneth Hillman who also served as a Director of the police union, a small group of partisans were the masterminds who reformed the Los Angeles Police Department. “They own it” said Hillman in describing the partisan politicalization of the LAPD which also resulted in the Los […]

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April 25, 20052 Comments

Los Angeles, CA—The Los Angeles Police Department has become so politicized that the Chief of Police is now the Mayor’s mouthpiece, according to retired LAPD Captain Kenneth Hillman who also served as a Director of the L. A Police Protective League. Furthermore, Hillman says that police policy has been changing every time a new Chief […]

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September 17, 2004No Comments

Los Angeles, CA—In Part 2 of a two-part interview David S. Cunningham, III president of the Los Angeles Board of Police Commissioners, told Full Disclosure host Leslie Dutton that Commissioners serve at the pleasure of the Mayor (Hahn) while their role under the City Charter is to be an independent commission even though the Mayor has […]

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September 17, 2004No Comments

Los Angeles, CA — According to Police Commission President David S. Cunningham, III the City of Los Angeles welcomes illegal aliens to have contact with the L.A.P.D. as witnesses to crimes. He said they need not fear of being asked for a green card or being turned over to the INS on this Part 2 […]

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August 12, 2004No Comments

With nearly 40 years experience, former Police Chief and current L. A. City Councilman Bernard Parks comments on the most corrupt mayoral administration since the era of recalled Mayor Shaw. In a two-part interview with Leslie Dutton Parks commented on the Federal and County Grand Jury investigations of corruption in the current administration of Mayor […]

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September 28, 2001No Comments

Program # 317 From the Full Disclosure Archives (Part 1) Guest: Stephen Yagman, Civil Rights Attorney Videotaped: September 28, 2001 Los Angeles, CA— In this second part of a two-part interview on the Full Disclosure Network, Civil Rights Attorney Stephen Yagman told host Leslie Dutton “elected officials should have taken control of the LAPD and seen […]

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