Sheriff & Chief of Police

October 10, 2007One Comment

Los Angeles, CA    Full Disclosure Network® presents a FREE seven (7) minute Internet  video preview of a two part series covering the controversial Reappointment of Los Angeles Police Chief Bill Bratton amid the ongoing investigation of the “May Day Melee” in Mac Arthur Park. The Full Disclosure® series features Donald Zachary, Director and Legal Counsel for the Radio and Television News Directors […]

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July 11, 20072 Comments

Los Angeles, CA. – Is it time for Civil Rights lawyers to start watchdogging the Orange County Sheriff and District Attorney? Sheriff Mike Carona says NO. In a nine minute FULL DISCLOSURE NETWORK® video news blog, Sheriff Mike Carona points out there have been no police beatings or riots in Orange County as there were in L.A. Appearing […]

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April 15, 20072 Comments

Los Angeles, CA: In an eight minute Video News Blog the Full Disclosure Network® presents a dynamic exchange of views about whether jail time should be considered punishment, featuring video clips from recent interviews with Los Angeles Sheriff’s Sgt. Paul Jernigan, Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio and Merrick Bobb the renowned police reformer, formerly with the Christopher Commission. The video is moderated by host Leslie […]

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October 11, 2006One Comment

Los Angeles, CA On Sunday, October 15, 2006 8-9 p.m. and re-run on Monday, October 16th at 4-5 p.m. on L. A. Cable Channel 36, L. A. County Sheriff Leroy Baca is featured in a special cable and Internet television series accusing the Mexican government of “dumping” their citizens on the United States. Listed below are some of […]

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July 16, 2006One Comment

Los Angeles, CA In a two-part interview with Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, Full Disclosure Network® host Leslie Dutton discovers the reasons why he is considered the “Toughest Sheriff In America” and the only one to be arresting illegal immigrants who are smuggled into his county. A six (6) minute video preview of this interview is available for […]

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July 1, 20063 Comments

Los Angeles, CA. A growing number of Sheriff’s and Police Officials have joined the debate over Concealed Weapon Permits (CCW) as shown in an eight minute Full Disclosure Network(T)  Video News Blog featuring high ranking sheriffs and police officials of the Western United States. Featured in the video are Sheriff Joe Arpaio (Maricopa County AZ), LAPD […]

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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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May 31, 2006No Comments

Los Angeles, CA. Cable studio campaign sabotage caught on video. Watch 12 minute video news blog here; in what has been described as possible sabotage of the race for L. A. County Sheriff, high ranking law enforcement officials were prevented from giving their views in a candidate forum to questions on the controversial issue of illegal immigration. […]

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March 30, 20062 Comments

In a February 2006 interview with the Full Disclosure Network®, Bratton predicted the Federal Consent Decree mandates would be extended beyond the five-year deadline to comply. Reasons cited were the Department’s failure to develop an experimental and comprehensive computer tracking system for officers, known as Teams II. According to LAPD Captain Ken Hillman, the specifications for […]

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March 12, 2006One Comment

In an eight-minute Internet video preview of a Full Disclosure NetworkT interview LAPD Chief William Bratton, covers controversial issues and reveals surprising predictions. In this no-holds-barred interview conducted by Emmy Award winning host Leslie Dutton, Chief Bratton provides his perspective on the following controversial issues: The future of the costly Federal Consent Decree Special Order […]

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