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Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Mayor Sam Exclusive: Council President Wesson discusses 2012 Redistricting with African-American Clergy, Part 5

The last part of Mayor Sam's Multi-Part Series on City Council President Herb "Mini Amin" Wesson discussing Redistricting 2012 with members of the African-American Clergy.
In Part 5, City Council President Herb "Mini Amin" Wesson explains why his city council colleagues worked behind close doors to move the Santa Barbara Plaza from Councilman Parks CD 8 to CD 10. This brief video clip gives you a quick expose what Redistricting 2012 was all about, dividing the spoils among like-minded allies.
The former Santa Barbara Plaza now Marlton Square.
City Council President Herb Wesson discussing why Santa Barbara Plaza/ Marlton Square was added to CD 10. 

Simple question for business owners, who would you rather have as a council person to help your business grow? A labor left ally in City Council President Herb "Mini Amin" Wesson or a true pro-business council person Bernard Parks? 

If what City Council President Herb "Mini Amin" Wesson is telling the African-American Clergy in the video clip above is true, somewhere, in a undisclosed backroom, the twelve other members of the city council along with Wesson, decided that for you without your input.

Its clear in this clip that Redistricting 2012 was not just about redrawing council district boundaries to ensure that the many City of Los Angeles ethnic enclaves were guarantee an inclusive voice at City Hall. More important was the need to divide the economic spoils among the power brokers in the backroom dealings that have become to symbolize Redistricting 2012.

...... and if you believe the speculation of some in the Korean American Community, maybe another reason why CD 10 now includes parts of the Crenshaw Mall and Marlton Square is that Council President Mini Amin Wesson has "innovated techniques" to create revenue streams to sustain his political agenda, as the video below will attest to?
Koreatown Activist Jimmy Chai speaks on alleged corruption in CD 10.

Your thoughts ..............
Scott Johnson in CD 14                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  

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