School Corruption Sparks Citizen Revolt #VB17

Leaders of a California citizens revolt in South Orange County are featured in a nine minute FULL DISCLOSURE™ video blog, describing the school corruption which has sparked their campaign to recall all seven members of the Capistrano Unified School District.

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News Black Out on School Bond Vote Scam #VB14

Jon Coupal, President of the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association has raised the possibility of a legal challenge for the misuse of bond funds by the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) on the latest Full Disclosure Network™ video blog.

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Budget Buster Bond Defended #VB9

In what could only be characterized as a “Budget Buster Bond” all California taxpayers will be providing matching funds for a $3.95 billion L.A. Unified School District bond measure on the 2005 November ballot, if passed by the voters.

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Mysterious School Financing Disclosed #VB8

In a ten minute video blog featured on the Full Disclosure Network™ website via streaming video starting Monday, August 15, 2005 Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) Board member David Tokofsky disclosed the existence of an unknown school financing operation which has been concealed from the public eye apparently to avoid scrutiny.

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Secret School Bonds Create Billions of Dollars of Debt #VB4

While investigating the Los Angeles Unified School District’s (LAUSD) $330 million Belmont Learning Center fiasco, the Full Disclosure Network® discovered a secret public financing operation whereby they quietly issue non-voter approved, tax-exempt bonds, mounting billions in public debt, and which is passed on to unsuspecting taxpayers for undefined projects .

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Prosecutor Attacks FDN Video Blog #VB6

Former Special Assistant L. A. County D. A. Anthony Patchett, who headed the Los Angeles Unified School District’s (LAUSD) Belmont Learning Center investigation has attacked the Full Disclosure Network™ video blog citing certain statements which he says indicate there was an “intent” by the LAUSD to violate federal and/or state laws governing the finance and construction of public schools.

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