Full Disclosure Network® latest Gang Series provides a comprehensive exposé of the successes and failures of gang programs across the nation starting with the City of Los Angeles.
According to a December 23, 2008 report written by Daniel Heimpel, Investigative Journalist in the L A Weekly publication L.A. Mayor Villaraigosa’s new gang prevention and intervention program is going to protect the identity of fifty individuals who will be deciding which non-profit gang organizations will get generous city grants for prevention and intervention activities, only in the high violence areas of the City.
The Full Disclosure Network® presents a six minute video preview of a new two-part series covering the growing controversy over violent crimes committed by illegal alien gangs in Los Angeles.
Is the prosecution guilty of ethics violations in the Jamiel Shaw murder case?
L.A. County District Attorney and the L. A Superior Courts have refused to take any action to deport illegal alien gang members, as a matter of policy.
Is the ultimate gang solution near? In a FREE thirteen minute FULL DISCLOSURE NETWORK® video news blogSteve Ipsen, President of the Association of Deputy District Attorneys and Jerry Thompson, retired Sheriffs Deputy say yes and they describe the process.
The failure of local law enforcement agencies to gather, monitor and retain intelligence on subversive groups linked to terrorists has created a dangerous climate.
In a seven minute Full Disclosure Network® Video News Blog United States Attorney Debra Yang and retired L. A. County Sheriff Sergeant Richard Valdemar discuss the problems of gang members and illegal foreign nationals working as airport baggage handlers and in high security areas of airports and who have access to the tarmacs and commercial airliners.
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.