Parolee and "person of interest" in the Bryan Stow Beating Giovanni Ramirez as posted by KFI
at 6 PM this evening.
LAPD artist drawing of "Suspect # ! in Bryan Stow Beating.
KFI's Eric Leonard is reporting that all sided are tight-lipped
about this evening's police line up at Twin Towers
. Leonard reports that this evening's proceedings on Vignes Street are by far the most sensitive part of the developing case against Ramirez in the beating of Bryan Stow. Regardless whether Ramirez is formally indicted in the Stow Beating, it is relatively sure that the Varrio Nuevo Estrada (VNE) gang member will be returning to jail on a parole violation (procession of a fire arm according to Leonard).
Thursday Morning Update:
LAPD at ease
with last night's line up results.
In recent weeks, retire Parole Officer Caroline Agurrie noted in her NELA Lives Blog pos
t and in The Voice Newspaper
the mistakes of parole officials in supervising parolee Edward Gonzalez, who enticed an six-year girl to follow him to a school near CD 14 Councilman Jose Huizar's Boyle Heights home and sexually assaulted her.
We should note that Councilman Huizar was one of the city elected officials who sought out camera time to denounce the Stow Beating. But like Mayor Villar and CD 1 Councilman Ed Reyes who were none too quick in seeking camera time in announcing the arrest of Ramirez, all three have been derelict in denouncing the costly mistakes of a parole system in need of reform.
Scott Johnson in CD 14 . .
Labels: Bryan Stow, Giovanni Ramirez, lapd, Parole Department