" Henry Casas left, sharing Huizar secrets??"
Happy Anniversary from the “Cut and Paste Republic of CD 14”, where no cost is spared by Councilman Jose Huizar, when it comes to transporting one’s self and familia
, via KRLA's Kevin James.
Let’s start our latest “Outtakes from CD 14” with a flashback to a year ago today
. An intrepid political observer called yours truly, with the news of an “intense encounter” between Councilman Huizar and one of his now ex. staffers Celina Mancia, during the National Night Out festivities at the Hollenbeck Police Station.
It seems that Huizar was none too happy that his former Deputy Chief of Staff Henry Casas, was in the audience. According to numerous sources, Huizar became extremely agitated with Mancia, over Casas presence at the evening event. This may of had something to do with their former workplace relationship. But regardless of the speculation, comments such as this one, showcased Huizar as someone with an explosive, abusive temper.
** Hey I'm an officer with LAPD and I was there. We did see the incident but we had community folks come up to us later and tell us what happen. They were very upset, unfortunately no one on staff said anything when asked about it. To tell you the truth it makes me sick that he could get away with that. It might have to do with his sister-in-law working at the station. What we did see and what is all the talk at the station was what Huizar's office did to there former Chief Henry Casas. As soon as he got to the event they sent a staff person to follow him around. It was funny to watch. I mean they were on him like white on rice. Every one of us noticed it and even made joke to Henry about Huizar having lo-jack on him. Henry if you read this stuff you are welcome in Hollenbeck any time. Jose, I never liked you after your anti cop statements at the Ramon Gardens and after Henry left your office your stock went down even lower with us but to scare the crap out of one your young female staff is just the last straw. Hope to god that you never mess up and break the law in front of me because I don't care what management tells me to do, I would take you down hard.
August 06, 2009 9:33 AM
** SPECIAL NOTE:
Not too long back, we noted that the newest CD 14 “Connected Non-Profit” Legacy LA, was hosting a Casino Night Fundraiser at the Hazard Park Armory.
Well according to sources who attended the festivities, not only were the casino chips changing hands, but the adult beverages were in plentiful supply.
Now most would have no problems with alcohol being served at an event for adults on private property. But the Hazard Park Armory is owned by the City of Los Angeles Recreation and Parks. Thus, alcohol is usually a no-no when it comes to events at Recreation and Parks facilities.
Scott Johnson in CD 14
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