Massive Prisoner Release Threatens Public Safety #VB55

Full Disclosure Network®presents a 7 min video news blog describing the dangerous threat to public safety posed by the release of 40,000 prisoners from in California. Prompted by the current fiscal crisis and Federal Court mandates some counties have started releasing prisoners early resulting in new crimes and escalating the debate over public safety and the danger of early releases.

Appearing in this video is the President of the L.A. Deputy District Attorney’s Association, Steve Ipsen, who describes the felony crimes committed by those to be released early and explains why the early release of prison inmates will only generate more crime and threaten the public’s safety.

Ipsen is urging Governor Schwarzenegger to prioritize his budget cuts and to make public safety at the number one priority.

To pay by personal credit card over the phone call 310-822-4449 between 11 am and 5 pm, Monday thru Friday.
Or please make an online, tax-deductible contribution.

Donate Now

Full Disclosure Network covers in-depth issues mostly ignored by mainstream media.

FDN is an electronic media and television service, tax-exempt under the IRS Code 501(c)(3) a non-profit educational organization program of the American Association of Women, founded in 1984.

T.J. Johnston & Leslie Dutton, Producers
742 Washington Blvd.
Marina del Rey, CA 90292

Categories: FDN, Law Enforcement, Police Politics, Sheriff & Chief of Police

Get the post permalink.