LA’s Corruption

?. Marina del Rey, CA Full Disclosure Network® video recorded this presentation by Ron Kaye, former long time Editor of the L A Daily News, who revealed intriguing developments in “The News Behind The News” on corruption in Los Angeles. While serving as Editor for over 25 years he was a close observer of the […]

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FBI, the Media and Unnamed Sources

A heated  2000 debate between Edwin Meese III who served as U .S, Attorney General in the Reagan Administration and Robert Woodward, the Washington Post Pulitzer prize winning Watergate reporter who defends using unnamed sources. 

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Hillary’s E-mail Scandal #669

The News Behind the news: Paul Orfanedes of Judicial Watch explains how they discovered Hillary’s private server where she has illegally hidden her State Department e-mails.

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The Politicization of IRS: Judicial Watch #VB131

Obama Administration officials were directing the IRS campaign against political groups critical of the President’s policies according to the documents obtained by Paul Orfanedes, Director of Litigation for the public interest law firm Judicial Watch.

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Gomez on Lower Hiring Standards, Sex & Harassment #649

Gomez declares that one-third of LASD at all ranks have serious ethical problems, and said he questions the ethics of anyone in the department or retired supporting Baca’s or Tanaka’s campaigns knowing about the unethical conduct and dysfunctional mismanagement.

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FDN Fights Court Over First Amendment Violations

Full Disclosure® presents a 12 minute video report featuring Paul Orfanedes, Judicial Watch attorney and the 30 minute audio of the Oral Arguments (link below) held at the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in Pasadena, California  on March 4, 2014. 

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Unintended Consequences of Judicial Greed #615-3

Paul Orfanedes, Litigation Director for Judicial Watch, charges that SBX 211, the law which now allows judges to continue to receive pay above and beyond their salaries, contradicts the California Constitution without a vote by the people.

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