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Saturday, January 15, 2011

Did you know that CD 14 Councilman Huizar ........ ? A bloggin montage of Councilman Charro Huizzy Corleone facts.

".... found a willing blogger to believe Consultant Parke Skelton's spin regarding the usage of the CLARTS Fund? Yet the City Maven, did not have the journalistic fortitude to question the total of $231,477.95 of CLARTS Fund money, that were diverted to the General Services Department. Thus, what did these allocations pay for?"
...... allocated $8,376.68 of CLARTS Fund money for a "Club Tecate de Baja California"? Anyone care to elaborate on what and where "Club Tecate de Baja California" is and why Councilman Charro Huizzy Corleone would approve this expenditure?
...... once approved a $75,000 reward for information on the double murder that took place near Oscar's Bar? Did one of the victims have a former close relationship with a Huizar family member?
...... has the largest turnover rate of staffers in recent city council history? What do the likes of Henry C., Frank and little Frank, Irantzu, Joe A., Belinda, Juanita, Alvin, Celina M. and many others have to say about their respective experience of working for Councilman Charro Huizzy Corleone?
"...... voted to not place a DWP Ratepayer Advocate on the March 2011 ballot after taking credit for broaching the idea? Has Councilman Charro Huizzy Corleone ever voted against a DWP rate increase?
...... calls those like The Voice Newspaper Editor Carlos Morales and others "purveyors of a dirty political war", for daring to highlight Councilman Charro Huizzy Corleone's less than transparent past, in disclosing information on the status of the CLARTS Fund?
....... rewarded the Delijani Family with their own "Deligani Square" area in Downtown LA? Did contributions from the Delijani Family influence Councilman Charro Huizzy Corleone's Broadway Parking Structure proposal?
...... was exposed by KNBC Channel 4, in attempting to charge his five-star luxury hotel stay to the City of Los Angeles taxpayers, so that he could attend his Princeton University class reunion?
...... had illegal renovations done on his El Sereno property as reported on by then LA Weekly Reporter David Zahniser in 2007?
...... Political Consultant Parke Skelton and Campaign Manager Michael Trujillo favorite blogger "Mulholland Terrance" wrote a negative and speculative post on now LA Times Reporter David Zahniser's report, regarding Thursday's evening Hermon Candidate Forum? What were the true motives for MT's attack on the supposed motivations of Zahniser's report?
" ...... Councilman Charro Huizzy Corleone serves the constituents of CD 14 at the behest of his political Papi, Mayor Antonio Villar?"
Your thoughts..............
Scott Johnson in CD 14

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Anonymous Anonymous said:

Maybe some of the money went to shush some of the former staffers?

Several, maybe all, of the city council need a Bell type of investigation. It's the same kind of roundabout hiding of facts. Nothing is above board and clear.

January 15, 2011 5:13 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


If I had ANY faith in you, I'd vote for Rudy.

But based on your very dicey RECENT history, I'm concerned about your veracity.

Tell us why we should trust you NOW based on your recent past?

This is a fair question, so don't even try to suggest it's not. I'm willing to listen to your explanation, and I think others are too.

And I'm not talking about your poor writing skills. I'm talking about your honesty and accuracy.

It's your turn.

January 15, 2011 5:20 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Walls are crumbling around Huizar. He is being taken apart little by little, he has yet to see the worst of what the other side will be throwing his way.

January 15, 2011 8:02 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Keep it up Red Spot.

When all the truth comes out on this one a certain councilperson is going to be wearing an orange jump suit.

January 15, 2011 9:51 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Excellent, Red Spurt's 'Greatest Hicks'

This is what TV shows due when they've run out of ideas... replay things from the past, repackaged.

January 15, 2011 10:07 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Hmmm, Scott, why didn't you post my comment asking you if you actually did your due diligence on this subject?

I thought that that was a reasonable question.

The fact that you wouldn't post it speaks VOLUMES about the fact that you didn't do the proper diligence. You obviously didn't learn your lesson re: Gatto.

By not posting my comment, or that of any others, it says to me that you're motivated by personal avarice rather than toward doing something good for your community.

"NOONE" is going to trust you with this dishonest approach.

January 15, 2011 10:45 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

"$231,477.95 of CLARTS Fund money diverted to the General Services Department. Thus, what did these allocations pay for?"

Jose please explain and provide reports, documents and the breakdown of the $$$. Itemized list please.

This will help your campaign in 2011. And especially your reputation at the present time.

January 16, 2011 12:31 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Thanks so much for this. These posts are being emailed all over the district. Of course the Parke Skelton and Huizar groupies will attack you for some dumb grammer error and other things but they continue to post here instead of going someplace else. I was emailed these clips of Huizar against LAPD

Huizar Supports Hazard Gangsters and is against LAPD Gang Officers

Huizar Opposes LAPD

January 16, 2011 7:40 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Stock up on the tinfoil.

Pointy hats for everyone.

January 16, 2011 8:48 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

"Mulholland Terrance" (sic) failed to read Zahniser's story and do his homework on a forum MT obviously didn';t attend, the same way Rudy Martinez failed to understand the particular question at the forum that Zahniser highlights.

(I blame LAUSD. Comprehension skills are tanking.)

Mulholland blames Zahniser for reporting the answer that to a question that the forum moderator asked.

Should a good reporter just ignore the gaffe's of a candidate? Or should he follow up on the information revealed voluntarily?

January 16, 2011 8:59 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Why base your vote on your faith (or lack of) in Red Spot? Everything he writes about can be checked elsewhere.

January 16, 2011 11:29 AM  

Anonymous Red Spot said "engregious" said:


How many of these comments did you post?

It's not like you haven't been caught doing this in the past, and you don't exactly have a reputation for being honest.

Of the 10 comments, I bet you posted at LEAST 3 of them.

"Engregiously" yours,

January 16, 2011 11:30 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

"...has the largest turnover rate of staffers in recent city council history?"

Alvin, really?

Okay, you had my attention on the turnover until you included Alvin "DOH" Parra. Not only was he not fired (and he should have been several times), but he only quit last minute so he could run against Huizar - sucking off the City's teet until the last minute.

Alvin Parra, the 3-4X wannabe candidate and failed LA32 NC "coup" leader who got slapped down by DONE and nearly got your neighborhood council decertified before you even had a chance to join it?

Parra, who was only on the CD14 payroll because he'd been a good little 3rd-rate soldier - and stepped aside in 2005 so Huizar could run as Antonio's replacement (his "quin proquo" being a job he was unqualified for).

Parra who was demoted twice for being even more clueless than most City workers?

Sorry, you just debunked your own turnover argument with that one.

I also seem to recall that mid-way through his second year in office, Nick Pacheco had an almost complete turnover of staff while in office, and by the time he ran for re-election, most of that second group was gone.

Huizar's been in office 50 percent longer than Pacheco was. I think their turnover rates are pretty comparable -- especially consering Pacheco was in office while the city had bucks to spare, and Huizar's terms have mostly been during a recession. In hard times, staffers can see the writing on the wall, and jump ship to avoid being laid off later or stymied in a job with no advancement possibilities..

January 16, 2011 11:58 AM  

Blogger Phil Genderbong said:

Good morning Red Spot,

I don't live in this Council District, so let me ask a blunt question.

Why do you have such a hard-on for this subject, to the near exclusion of all others?

If I may, here's another question. I too am somewhat uneasy with the veracity of your commentaries. What can you say to win the full trust of people like me and 5:20pm, and others?

Please don't reply with some snarky retort simply because we're concerned about your honesty or thoroughness. I'm asking because these are legitimate questions from a mere bystander with no connection to CD14, Huizar or Rudy.

January 16, 2011 12:02 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Hacopian will use CLARTS to break Huizar.

He will use 30 different sub stories out of this big story to keep Huizar mired in his own shit for the next two months.

It wont be pretty, but it will probably work.

January 16, 2011 12:26 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

According to Rick Coca the Daily News has a story coming out soon which will reveal the relationship (check copies and all) between Mayor Sam and Eric Hacopian.

It will be the end of this site, could not happen soon enough.

January 16, 2011 2:54 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

11:58 AM


January 16, 2011 3:16 PM  

Blogger Red Spot in CD 14 said:

Happy Clipper Sunday to everyone!

To those who question my veracity, I state this. When I was wrong regarding the "Mike Gatto" who was evicted from his apartment near UCLA, I took ownership of my mistake. Kinda like Rudy Martinez who has been truthful about his past. People of character "man up" when baring witness about their past transgressions.

Regarding the links on this post, one might want to ask Councilman Charro Huizzy Corleone to "man up" to his dubious political past, but don't hold your breath.

Regarding these

January 16, 2011 3:20 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


So's your old man!

(C'mon If it's "wrong" you should be able to come up with something better than that. If not, then just charactize it as "spin" -- which is of course, just very weak, flaccid "spin" itself).

January 16, 2011 3:40 PM  

Anonymous Bill said:

Highest turn-over rate of 80+ staffers! This is the largest in LA City Council history. What does this say about Huizar's organizational and leadership skills?

The $$$$ belongs to the taxpayers, constituents and the voters throughout the city. CD 14 is not exempt.

I agree Huizar needs to come forward and clarify he did not do anything wrong? Your constituents want answers and that is it!

January 16, 2011 4:06 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

2:54pm People have been saying its the end of Mayor Sam since the days of Mayor Hahn when we were all on here back then. It won't happen. Using Rick Coca who use to write for Daily News and is now Huizar press guy should be doing something or anything to help his boss out. Say what you will but this thread has been blasted out all over the city and nation. Its a story everyone is waiting for the answer. The mere fact Huizar has not answered or showed accountability for the missing money is a huge issue and wont' go away.

January 16, 2011 4:25 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Hacopian will use CLARTS to break Huizar.

That belly laugher made the whole ugly thread worthwhile.

January 16, 2011 5:29 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Red Spot,

I posted that your reply was bullshit, and that you did anything BUT "man up."

Why isn't that comment posted?

Truth hurts?

I always assume that you're just selling out when you refuse to post tough questions raised by commenters. That sure doesn't build MY confidence in you.

You used to be better.

January 16, 2011 7:38 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

The Times just came out with that sotry on Huizar's grading of civic adn community leaders. What a dumbass - you really know how to pick them Parke.

Rumor has it that Huizar based his list on Tony Villar's grading list for women. At the end, the list - just like Tony's - was to see who got fucked.

January 16, 2011 8:22 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Compared to Robert Rizzo for weeks, now in the LA Times today Jose Huizar is compared to Richard Nixon.

if there is any truth in the story, Huizar should do the right thing and, like Richard Nixon, resign.

January 16, 2011 8:58 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Why did Huizar put up a $75,000 reward for a drunkard shot outside Oscar's Bar located on the 3400 block of 1st St. in Boyle Heights? Please explain?

Taxpayers paid a $75,000 reward for a drunkard hanging around Oscar's Bar at 3:15am? Why was he and another male hanging around at 3am in the morning?

It turns out the $75,000 reward went to capture the gunman who shot Huizar's mother boyfriend?


January 16, 2011 9:08 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Mr. Huizar please provide documentation and letters of entitlement for the following:

1. Academic Grades for all schools attended

2. Degree Check for CAL, Princeton and UCLA

3. State Bar

4. Immigration History

5. Date of Citizenship

January 16, 2011 9:17 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Huizar just got fucked.

January 16, 2011 10:02 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Where are the graded lists that were used to gauge constituents' characters or support? Please list them.

January 17, 2011 5:26 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Just read the LA Times article. What a disgrace! Huizar should resign immediately.

January 17, 2011 10:08 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


The "Northeast" Field office's list is available on the Times site alongside the story. The other three lists are not.

I'd bet Zahniser is holding them for follow-up, or so he can contact some of the people listed and get their responses, too.

If he doesn't, you can bet Martinez's people will release them all - expecting a sh*tstorm to arise among the people listed. But I'm not sure that's what will happen. People "graded" poorly on the list and non-supportive are already not in Huizar's camp, and those listed as supportive will continue to be - after the furor dies down.

The biggest flack is probably going to come from LAPD officers and Fire, etc. They're all supposed to be neutral, and don't like being named as otherwise.(Which is why these politicians always have photos on their slick mailers with fake or retired cops).

January 17, 2011 10:44 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Pretty safe bet Rad Spit won't be releasing anything about Huizars "Friends and Enemies" lists.

Huizar probably (rightly) has his "influence" in the district rated as a -5.

January 17, 2011 11:15 AM  

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