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Thursday, May 14, 2015

Morning Briefs on the Los Angeles Political Machine for Thursday

Surprise, surprise (or naught) as former LA County undersheriff Paul Tanaka is indicted by a Federal Grand Jury regarding his alleged role in the use of excessive force and corruption in county jails.
We ponder whether former undersheriff Paul Tanaka and now fellow indicted LA County Jailhouse crew members, have crafted a new, shackled hand sign?

It seems like yesterday that a candidate (and crew) to replace now ex. Sheriff Lee Baca was coming deep into the local LA-32 NC Hood, seeking monetary and community support for a forlorn and unsuccessful campaign against now Sheriff Jim McDonnell.
Getting trounced at the polls was bad enough for the moonlighting City of Gardena Mayor but this Thursday A.M. saw the results of another vote gone bad for Tanaka, as he surrender himself to federal law enforcement officials after a Federal Grand Jury agreed to indict him in regards to its investigation of excessive force and corruption with the LA County Jail System.
With a bunch of lower level underlings already facing their "day of legal reckoning" for jailhouse abuses and corrupting conduct, its apparent with the indictment of Tanaka, along with Captain William "Tom" Casey, that federal investigators have their sights set on the higher ranking officials in the department.

** After hours of public comments from fiscal redistribution advocates and counter commentary from business leaders, a committee of the Los Angeles City Clowncil Central Committee voted to support raising the Minimum Wage to $15 per hour. If the full Clowncil Central Committee agree to follow the directives from their Big Labor sponsors and support the committee recommendation, the likes of Stuart Waldman of the Valley Industry and Commerce Association (VICA) and Ruben Gonzalez of the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce would find it app to share the words of CD 1 City Clowncilman Gil "Broken Deal Cedillo", who called it like it is regarding the motive for raising the Minimum Wage, "This is perhaps the greatest shift of wealth in the history of this city," ......, and the sun rose the next morning on "Detroit on the Pacific".
Connected Non-Profit El Centro del Pueblo's Fernando Chacon (in black coat) trying to convince noted Councilman Huizar supporter Art Pulido, to run his Montebello City Council Ground Campaign. 

** Los Angeles Police Commission Member and Connected Non-Profit El Centro del Pueblo Executive Director Sandra Figueroa-Villa, may have another employee with politico moonlighting ambitions. Fernando Chacon of the infamous Ramona Gardens-raised, turned Southeast LA Chacon Political Family, is allegedly being positioned to run for the Montebello City Council. With the demise of the Calderon Political Family a summertime Federal Corruption Trial away, the good citizens of Montebello may want to ponder a forthcoming "RG East Era (with help from Victory Outreach and Athens Disposal)", as the brief "CD 14 East Era (featuring Robert Urteaga, Nick Pacheco and John Edwards)" was not bad enough.
Your thoughts ..............
Scott Johnson in CD 14

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