The Full Disclosure Network® presents a seven minute preview video from a two-part series entitled “Belmont Opens: Toxic or Not?”
The Full Disclosure Network™ presents a three (3) minute video preview of a two-part series entitled, “Belmont: The Black Hole of School Construction."
This documentary exposes the Los Angeles Unified School District’s (LAUSD) Belmont Learning Center fiasco with exclusive video footage of all the major players involved in the planning, development, financing and investigations of the most notorious school construction project in the United States, they are:
District Attorney Steve Cooley and officials of the Los Angeles Unified School District are still covering up criminal behavior and dangerous conditions, according to Ed Scott, a former member of the D.A.'s Belmont Task Force investigation of the ongoing Belmont High School construction project.
In late December 2004 the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) began demolishing approximately one third of the new and never occupied Belmont High School campus which has cost taxpayers $238 million to build with another $110 million for partial demolition and reconstruction.
Featuring ROGER CARRICK, former Special Legal Counsel to the LAUSD Inspector General and a member of the District Attorney's Ad Hoc Task Force on the Belmont corruption investigation.
NON-VOTER APPROVED PUBLIC INDEBTEDNESS known as Certificates of Participation were used to finance the Belmont High School project which included a private retail infrastructure costing approximately $13 to $25 million, according to ANTHONY PATCHETT who said that investors were also not advised of the environmental problems or costs of remediation.
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.