International Officials Come to FDN

Washington,  D.C.  Officials from nineteen foreign countries and part of a State Department delegation appear in a Full Disclosure Network® event that was sponsored by the International Visitors Council of Los Angeles. Watch the 12-minute video report of that meeting with Full Disclosure Network®. Delegates learning about the role of ethics in the U.S. government asked questions about the role of the media in the U.S. and heard a presentation from Los Angeles Sheriff Department Lt. Patrick Gomez (ret.), Chief of Ethics Training for over 30 years. Gomez is a current candidate for Sheriff. Full Disclosure Network® Executive Producer Leslie Dutton answered questions regarding the role of media, the necessity for independent journalism, and the need for truth above all else. Watch the full video report here:

Read the State Department Objectives and Profiles of the Nineteen Participants HERE:

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: Corruption, FDN, Government, International Issues, Media Ethics, Police Politics
Tagged In:

Get the post permalink.