The pros and cons of local police enforcing U. S. immigration law is the topic of a FREE eight (8) minute video news blog debate between Orange County Sheriff Mike Carona and the LAPD officials who developed the controversial Special Order 40, which prohibits Los Angeles Police officers from asking if a person is in the country legally.
The unique court ordered partnership between the ACLU and the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department is revealed in a four minute Internet video preview from a special Full Disclosure Network® series of interviews addressing the Los Angeles County jail crisis.
Why did the Orange County District Attorney and the California Attorney General decline to prosecute Sheriff Mike Carona?
Sheriff Baca had denied an on-camera interview with jailed attorney Richard I. Fine, even though the LA Times had been permitted an interview.
L A Times Reporter Victoria Kim apparently sneaked into the L.A. County Central Men's Jail without being detected, in order to conduct a banned interview with prominent Anti-Trust Attorney who has been jailed there in solitary "coercive confinement" since March 4, 2009.
Commander Robert Olmsted (Ret.) is embarrassed by his former Department.
LASD Lt. Patrick Gomez (ret.) Gomez questions where the large amounts of money seized from drug dealers have gone, stating that account balances in the Narcotics Asset Forfeiture Fund show it's not there.
In a new six-minute video news blog taped just before the Feb. 4th prison riot at the L. A. County Pitchess Detention Center,Sheriff Leroy Baca told the Full Disclosure Network™ that the Federal Government “should pay more attention to the (illegal alien) criminals in our jails and reimburse us for the cost”.
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.