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Finally, an LA Jury gets it right

In a town where jurors will give the benefit of the doubt to people like OJ, Phil Spector, Robert Blake, Cardinal Mahoney and Warren Christopher, I was surprised to read that an LA jury cleared the LAPD of being mean to Mitch Grobeson.
Throughout the 1980s and 1990s Grobeson, who calls himself Sergeant Mitch, was so [...]

LA Cops Nifonged by Former DA

This week, the City of Los Angeles continued to appeal the $15 million verdict awarded to three LAPD officers after LA’s former police chief and district attorney falsely charged them in the 1996 Rampart Scandal. (audio download)
Since 1980, LA’s politicians have crippled the LAPD by forcing some marginally competent (and some criminal) recruits into [...]

LA Prosecutor Unhappy with Budget Cuts

LA City Attorney Rocky Delgadillo isn’t pleased with Mayor Villaraigosa’s budget plans – and I can’t blame him.
It’s not that I have much love for LA prosecutors. They’re lawyers, so telling the truth about LA corruption and politics is not something worth risking one’s law practice. Prosecutors still talk of former CA Jim Hahn’s penchant [...]

The Mayor’s Fake "Worst Gangs"

LA Weekly’s Michael Krikorian penned a revealing story on the Mayor Villaraigosa’s silly “top ten” gang list:
Daude Sherrills, a former Grape Street Crip turned community activist, agreed, saying, “I seen that funny-ass list, but it didn’t amount to nothing, just some more political rhetoric.” Sherrills said his family moved into the tough Jordan Downs housing [...]

The Mayor’s Fake "Worst Gangs"

LA Weekly’s Michael Krikorian penned a revealing story on the Mayor Villaraigosa’s silly “top ten” gang list:
Daude Sherrills, a former Grape Street Crip turned community activist, agreed, saying, “I seen that funny-ass list, but it didn’t amount to nothing, just some more political rhetoric.” Sherrills said his family moved into the tough Jordan Downs housing [...]

The Mayor’s Fake "Worst Gangs"

LA Weekly’s Michael Krikorian penned a revealing story on the Mayor Villaraigosa’s silly “top ten” gang list:
Daude Sherrills, a former Grape Street Crip turned community activist, agreed, saying, “I seen that funny-ass list, but it didn’t amount to nothing, just some more political rhetoric.” Sherrills said his family moved into the tough Jordan Downs housing [...]

Blaming the Gladiators

In a recent Daily News column, essayist Stanley Crouch explains why he believes that poverty is a poor excuse for violence.
Crouch blames gangs and correctly draws parallels between KKK members “who became homicidally enraged at the idea of a black man acting as if he was a free person,” and today’s gangs that “terrorize black [...]

A Metaphor for Service

When police handcuffed the suspect last month, the gang member pulled a handgun from his clothing and shot LAPD Officer Andy Taylor in the chest and shoulder.
Officer Taylor’s badge may have saved his life. The photos of his badge represents what police officers risk for Americans each day.