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Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Leimert Park Raid Not LAPD? Oops!

WitnessLA.com is reporting that LAPD's presence near the Leimert Park raid on the Shaw Family was coincidental. So who are the officers in this pic? Who demanded social security numbers of the Shaws and threatened them if they didn't comply?

They're Office of Public Safety police, aka General Services police. OPS is the one-size-fits-all solution to all of the City's patrol needs that LAPD won't do. Devised as a way to increased efficiency and as a supposed cost-savings measure by Jim Hahn and Wendy Greuel, they're now a completely sacred cow in this City government, soaking up millions in Public Safety money, equipment, and Homeland Security grants while delivering often sub-par or non-existent services to other departments such as the Zoo, Library, Convention Center, and Rec and Parks who previously received these funds to safeguard their own facilities. In some cases OPS might not be doing much service for the public, but if there is a high profile press or government event, you'll magically see dozens of OPS officers instantly materialize around the cameras and politicos.

So how sacred is OPS in Los Angeles? Laura Chick absolutely refuses to audit them, even though their creation and very existence is supposedly one of efficiency. More sacred than Rocktard's office, then.

OPS looks an awful lot like LAPD on the outside. Their uniforms are almost identical so it's not a surprise that the Shaws may have thought that was who was asking them for their SSNs. This common misidentification is probably one LAPD should back away from quickly, however, given the sensitive state of affairs with race relations and the Consent Decree. Why? OPS leadership, especially Chief Gary Newton and Captain Richard Musquiz, have backgrounds that would cause a lot of trouble for LAPD if they were actually LAPD.

Newton's forays into Nevada law enforcement activities between Los Angeles jobs are rife with rumors along with rumored racially offensive body tatoos and having been illegally promoted within this City.

Better documented is Musquiz, who is in charge of the OPS patrol officers. As such, his leadership sets the attitude for this group. Musquiz has been fired from the Huntington Park PD for beating a handcuffed suspect. Musquiz did appeal and lost. (read the case here). A little over a decade later while he was a Los Angeles Housing Authority officer, the Congress of Racial Equality sought to have him fired for the same incident in 2000. Musquiz is quoted in the Nevada Appeal News as claiming the actions of the civil rights group were a result of disgruntled officers at the Housing Authority. However, it was actually an FBI investigation into Huntington Beach PD issues that brought Musquiz's dismissal to light. One has to wonder what the real story is with Musquiz's time with the Los Angeles Housing Authority.

Regardless, officers with these kinds of backgrounds are not typically considered LAPD material, yet OPS has not one but two in major leadership roles. These two officers of questionable backgrounds have an entirely new police force at their disposal completely unfettered by any kind of consent decree or any real oversight. An entire force that is easily mistaken for LAPD by the public. So what's a little social security number between friends, eh?

An audit by Ms. Chick may be just the thing to bring some much-needed transparency and accountability to OPS. In the meantime, there is a rubber-stamp Office of Public Safety Oversight Committee that meets once a quarter out of formality in what usually amounts to a multi-agency gladhanding session. Anyone who has issues or comments related to OPS and their performance may want to visit this committee, especially the Shaws. The Office of Public Safety Oversight Committee next meets on September 16, 2008.

In the end, it'll be interesting to find out if LAPD really was or wasn't involved -- this remains to be discovered for certain. But we definitely know OPS was, and the biggest question of all still begs to be answered: who ordered this?

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Blogger Walter Moore said:

"WitnessLA" is a woman who opposes Jamiel's Law. Since Najee Ali isn't around any more to trash the Shaw Family, she stepped in to fill the void with her "brilliant analysis." The Shaws specifically said there were police AS WELL AS officials from the health department. "WitnessLA," rather than acknowledging that fact, claims that since one person in uniform was not from LAPD, then supposedly the whole was just a gosh darn big misunderstanding. Right.

August 19, 2008 10:42 AM  

Blogger Walter Moore said:

P.S. Althea Shaw worked with the police department for over 10 years. I think she knows how to spot a police officer.

August 19, 2008 10:43 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Take a valium, Mr. Moore. Seriously.

Just because WitnessLA opposes Jamiel's Lw doesn't make their phone call discussions with both OPS and LAPD lies. I have information that the details of the OPS call is dead-on correct, in fact. I'll leave it to Ms. Shaw to let us know who did the specific type of harassing rather than you. Her account wasn't that specific.

Regarding this "other" police force, I've gathered a lot of information on them over the years and they are more than capable of abusing the rights of law abiding citizens and getting clean away with it. I know you're running for office and would love a LAPD-slamfest, but this harassment of the Shaws by OPS should equally outrage you, too.

If OPS harassing the Shaws isn't 'sexy enough' for you to reasonably respond to, then you certainly do not have my vote.

August 19, 2008 11:06 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Do you realize what this means?

General Services police officers are EXEMPT from SO#40


August 19, 2008 11:08 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

You're just duly embarrassed, Wally, cuz you got your whiny midwestern voice on some screaming heads and spent over a day there and on blogs like this trying to get ratings and hits bashing the cops. Althea even named Bernie by name as behind the whole thing.

If no "real media" picked it up, must be because they don't thrive on "rumor and innuendo" like this blog and your friends. You don't think the details, including assault by garbage truck, sounded exaggerated, maybe? But wild accusations, random blame and screaming misinformation never stop you people. Stop using the Shaws for your "campaign" and ratings.

August 19, 2008 11:10 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Wow, 11:08 -- far as I can tell you're absolutely right!

August 19, 2008 11:22 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

The Leimert Park Raid demonstrated some negative concerns. On Monday, a caller to an evening talk show said he called the local LAPD division and was told that there were no LAPD officers sent to Leimert Park on Sunday. It looks like we know more about this now, but there is a lot more to find out.

The duplicity and waste in government and the impact that an agency like this has should be examined.

It looks like there was a reorganization of city agencies' police functions a few years back, but WHAT do they do and how is this achieving both BETTER SERVICE and a LOWER OPERATING COST?

The Public Safety Committee with Weiss and Reyes would likely be able to check this, but we will have a new president by then, maybe even a new mayor, too, at the speed at which they handle things.

THE OTHER IMPORTANT FEATURE now to consider is WHAT READINESS ability or level does that agency actually have to handle EMERGENCIES, NATURAL DISASTERS and other useful applications typical of a police agency? How does it handle public contact?

If it's not set up for that, we might just make more changes, but don't forget to look into waste and duplicity of functions. I expect that unions and politicians have their fingerprints all over this entire matter and maybe THAT is the problem that needs a separate examination.

Politicians love money and the Homeland Security grants produced this, but is it BETTER for us on terms other that having some cozy paydays and mutually scratched backs?

The City needs to check into how it spends money, A "COMPREHENSIVE" check- politicians like those kinds of words- instead of blindly pouring more money into the treasury as if it were some kind of locomotive being fed coal as fast as possible to fire up the boilers.

You also need to check the tracks from time to time and slow down for curves (an especially applicable caution for Antonio).

LA concerned opinion

August 19, 2008 11:29 AM  

Blogger Zuma Dogg said:

I don't know about anything relating to this incident and General Services, who sent them there, why they were there, or any of the stuff blogged about Captain Richard Musquiz (YIKES!), but I did want to let everyone know reading this, over the past two and a half years at City Hall and in council chambers and all the run-ins and problems that needed to be worked out between ZD and the General Service Police Department regarding the Brown Act, First Amendment, Police Harassment of ZD, and taking time to work things out in a way that Zuma Dogg felt completely comfortable living with the results...it's Captain Musquiz.

I don't know about the stuff they mention in his past (again, YIKES!), but I have told people publicly, Musquiz is the greatest person I have met in over a decade. (I don't just mean for City Hall...I MEAN IN THE WHOLE WORLD!)

The guy gave his people an Adobe presentation on the Brown Act shortly after ZD started going to the meetings, cause he was seeing the videos and saw the cops didn't know the rules. (And once they DID know the rules, there were never any problems.)

So what's the point of my warmest of comments regarding Cpt Musquiz?

Knowing him the way I do, if anything was done behind his back, he'll handle the investigation in a way that people should at least give the benefit of the doubt to, up front.

ZD called Cpt Musquiz this past Friday, and his voice mail said he was out of the office until Monday the 19th. (Interesting?)

COMING NEXT: City Hall spin before it happens as ZD runs through the scenario of what we may be hearing from City Hall in response to this.

August 19, 2008 12:01 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Celeste Fremon is too quick to drink the Villar Kool-Aid.

Still, Walter Moore, sir you are an idiot. You take on Celeste not knowing of what you speak.

Is it too late to trade out Ron Kaye for Walter Moore? Ron Kaye doesn't appear to have the massive ego of Walter and he is a whole lot smarter.

Which those two facts alone are reason that Ron wouldn't run.

August 19, 2008 12:44 PM  

Blogger Zuma Dogg said:

By now, Zuma Dogg has heard so much City Hall and has run the gamit of first amendment issues with LAPD inside City Hall and on the Venice Beach boardwalk...let's just say ZD is about to give you a mock interview regarding the incident at Lemiert Park, this past Saturday, relating to the Shaw Family.

So in other words, this is the type of spin ZD would expect to be hearing soon as this police run-in with dangerous signature gatherers and sealed Dorito bag hander-outers will continue to blow up in the media and in the publics' mind: So hopefully by posting this before hand, we can nip any potential bamboozle-jibber-jabber out of City Hall's mouth before they try and spin with it.

Zuma Dogg (ZD): I hear people saying that Councilmember Bernard Parks has the "authority" to call the police and have them head over to the park to harrass the Shaw Family?

City Hall Spinner (CHS): No. Councilmembers DO NOT have that authority. That would be against the law, I would suspect.

ZD: Not to be bamboozled, Zuma Dogg is not saying that SOMEONE didn't call the police and send them over to the park. I'm just saying it's not like it's in the Charter that cops have to take orders from Councilmembers. But HELL YEAH, don't think these conversations don't happen anyway.

CHS: Yeah, but Parks doesn't have that kind of clout with LAPD. If Bratton found out his cops were doing that without his knowlege...well, I don't really think Parks has that kinda clout with LAPD.

ZD: Oh snap...maybe not...but it was the General Service Police Department that is part of City Hall and Parks and Villaraigosa are tight with this department, since it is a City Hall department.

CHS: Yeah, but Parks is running for Board of County Supervisors and the people HE is counting on for support are the people like the Shaws and those that support this type of effort, where Mark-Ridley-Thomas is going for the type of supporters who do not favor changing Special Order 40 or Jamiel's Law. Mark Ridley-Thomas would be the one who does not want to see Jamiel's Law on the ballot. And Mark is a Senator, so he could make a call to LAPD.

ZD: Yeah, I guess. But since it was General Services, it seems more like someone from inside City Hall, cause I don't think Senators have the same clout there.

CHS: Anyway, I saw the blog postings about the event and they are false blog posts. It never happened.

ZD: Oh common! I have met the Shaws and spent time speaking with them and listening to them, and are you saying they made the whole thing up and are lying? Again, I've heard them and met them enough to know, they aren't lying about this. And I heard Jamiel Sr.'s account of what happened and that sounds like the same stuff they pull at City Hall and at Venice Beach on Zuma Dogg. (Although of course it is much more incidious when these same First Amendment busting B.S. tactics are being pulled on the Shaws for there cause. (They'll try and tell you anything and hope YOU don't know your rights, like with the Social Security questions and the statement that, "you cannot gather signatures in a park...you have to go door to door" -- and the whole thing. They may have BEAT the Shaws that day, but they didn't FOOL em.)

CHS: I saw the pictures the Shaw's posted from the event, and it didn't look like a task force, I just saw a few cops, and who's to say they weren't just saying, "Hello" or that they weren't going up and talking to everyone?

ZD: Fine! It was just a few cops. Just a few cops sent there to break up the signature gathering and violate their first amendment rights.

CHS: The cops weren't sent there just because the Shaw Family was there gathering signatures. They could have been there because there may have been problems with illegal activity like drug sales at the park last weekend and other times and they were there making the rounds at the park and the Shaws just happened to be there at the wrong time and got caught up in that.

ZD: Um, excuse me! FINE! So they weren't sent there by City Hall (yeah, right!) But once they were there to crack down on all the dangerous crime that wasn't happening during this safe daytime event with all these people gathering signatures and having a picnic -- THEY DIDN'T LEAVE THE SHAWS ALONE! ARE YOU TELLING ME, ANY OFFICER, BE IT LAPD OR GENERAL SERVICES OR THE SECURITY GUARD AT RITE-AID HASN'T HEARD ABOUT THE SHAW CASE!?!?! O.K., so maybe they didn't recognize their faces, and didn't see the signage and T-shirts and didn't know from a visual standpoint that this was a gathering for Jamiel's Law and this was the Shaw Family...JAMIEL SHAW, SR. TOLD THEM WHO HE WAS AND WHAT HAD HAPPENED TO HIS FAMILY AND WHY THEY WERE THERE!

BUT THEY STILL HAD TO BREAK UP THE TEA PARTY! So I guess the Shaws DID get fair and equal treatment, because if the cops were there to crack down on crime, they sure treated the Shaws like criminals!

CHS: Why would the City send LAPD over there to harass the Shaws. That would just call more attention to the whole situation and get everyone in the community all upset, like is happening now. Even if we wanted to push them out of the park, we wouldn't do it because we know what would happen.This is the last thing we want.

ZD: Yeah, you guys are sociopaths. You are just so desparate you simply have to stop the bleeding. YOU AREN'T EVEN RATIONAL AND ALWAYS UNDERESTIMATE THE PUBLIC EVERY F-ING TIME!!! Meanwhile, the Shaws WERE treated the way the were (the way you say would backfire), so SOMEONE obviously feels they can operate this way. (NO ONE WANTS THIS TO GO AWAY MORE THAN ANTONIO AND JACK WEISS.)

CHS: But again, I don't think anyone sent LAPD over there because the Shaws were there, they just happened to be there at the time.

ZD: Yeah, but they didn't move on when they found out who they were and what they were there for. AND, even if you bust them for the food, you still broke the whole thing up and returned later. WOW! If you put this much effort intot he real crime problem in the streets, maybe they wouldn't be having this signature gathering...YOU BIG DUMMIES!!!
yeah, but they didn't move on.



And maybe Councilmember Parks would like to save his Board of Supervisors candidacy by saying something, too.


We hope you have enjoyed this fictional conversation between City Hall Spinner (CHS) and The Realest, Dough (ZD).


August 19, 2008 12:44 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Go for it Homeless Dave. Noone is lisening.

August 19, 2008 12:45 PM  

Blogger Zuma Dogg said:

you are always so nice to me on the phone...then you slam me here for my personal details. that's not nice. what does it matter if i'm homeless. words in a comment section are words on a comment section.

August 19, 2008 12:50 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Jesus Christ, why does everything have to revolve around Walter the Great? I'm so sick of his yammering maw I could puke. Give it a rest, Walter, and listen to Petra, take a damn valium and chill the fuck out.


Higby, can't you change the Ron Kaye for Controller campaign to a Ron Kaye for Mayor campaign? Cause if either of those numbskulls (tony villar or walter) wins the election -- I'LL MOVE TO FRANCE. What an ass.

August 19, 2008 12:57 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Why does Walter say it is a "woman" who opposed Jamiel's Law?

Would it have been enough to say WitnessLA is a website that opposes Jamiel's Law?

You don't say Mayor Sam is a man that opposes something. I have never heard this blog referenced as a man or a woman.

So is this blog a man or a woman? I need to know because I will be able to have something else to oppose based on the answer.

August 19, 2008 12:59 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Zuma, I'm not bringing up Musquiz's background just to slam Musquiz. His background is a fact of the peace officer leadership at OPS, unfortunately. The link I provided goes directly to the court case. You can read the details and decide for yourself what it means or should mean to you. Maybe it means nothing, since you don't interact with him as 'your commanding officer'. To another PO, I imagine it means something very different.

Anyway, I'm glad he is treating you well as a member of the public.

August 19, 2008 1:08 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

12:59 Walter is an ass.

"Hello, my name is Walter Moore and I have an I.Q. of 197, and it's been suggested that Stephen Hawking based his 'Brief History of Time'... on my fourth grade paper."


Christ. Have you seen the YouTube video with Walter's mug (badly lit, I might add...Walter, babe, spend a little of that campaign money on some production value, damn) all close up and he's smoking a stinky stogie and looking like the most smug son-of-a-bitch you've ever seen. Creepiest video ever.

YouTube + Walter Moore = Creepy

August 19, 2008 1:15 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Walter is making a lot of us look like idiots.

I too could support Ron Kaye for Mayor.

August 19, 2008 1:17 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Remember Walter Moore? The citizen turned mayoral candidate who warmed the hearts of the Hal Netkin set, spent tremendous on-air time with Doug McIntyre and even got to guest host a show one night on KABC. Some even say Bob Hertzberg would have been Mayor Elect Antonio Villaraigosa's opponent in the general election had it not been for Wacko Walter siphoning off conservative votes.

Well Wacko's back, and this time he wants to play kingmaker. Yes, Wacko Walter is looking for two good men or women to run for the soon to be vacated 10th and 14th Council seats.

August 19, 2008 1:20 PM  

Blogger Zuma Dogg said:


Yeah, Petrified...i never heard any of that stuff and again, i was just weighing in to let people know my experience with him, and like I say, it's the best possible experience one could have with a law enforcement agent (especially considering the circumstances we are meeting under).

And so I at least wanted people to know there is THAT side of him at least, since looks like we'll be hearing more from him over this.

And again, how interesting that he is out of town, and council is on break for two weeks.

ANYWAY, great reporting!

August 19, 2008 1:21 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Found something interesting on Walter Moore's website today, and that is his TV commercials. No, they don't feature a 70 foot Walter towering over the border, but just Walter in front of some books.

Now we don't know if Walter is actually airing his commercials anywhere but his website, but you can view them here.

And this makes for a good time to speak some hard truth to conservatives supporting Walter Moore - he does not stand for what you believe in. This is probably why the Republican Party has not given him the time of day. The guy is not a real Republican, despite what he says.

In my opinion, Walter is opposed to private property rights - that is if you own a piece of land and want to build a large scale housing development, he doesn't believe you should. Walter also has views on animal rights that sound similar to that of the wacko group PETA - he doesn't even believe that landlords should be able to restrict pets in their building and he wants to put restrictions on circuses. What the hell is this crap?

Moore may have seduced you with his opposition to illegal immigration which is obviously more than the silence that comes from all five of the other candidates on this issue. But don't buy it.

If you are a pro-business conservative who believes in private property rights and isn't an animal rights wacko, Walter Moore is not for you. Don't be fooled. You'd be better off voting for Bob Hertzberg or Bernard Parks.

August 19, 2008 1:21 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Althea may know how to spot a cop, but I know how to spot Red Spot trashing Zuma at 12:45.

Red Snot, your cloak of anonymity is worse than your spelling and grammar.

Zuma, remember when you promised to "out" the illiterate Red Snot?

Well? Well???

Inquiring minds STILL want to know!

August 19, 2008 1:26 PM  

Blogger Zuma Dogg said:


SUPER-FANTABOULOUS CATCH. ZD noticed that comment was deleted and re-posted. Hmmmmmmm, how did THAT happen. I don't care even if it is Red Spot...that's not gonna be enough to get me mad at him. We're just as cool as ever and it's hilarious. But at least I know you STILL don't know who Red Spot really is. (LOL!)

BUT HOW DID YOU SPOT THE SPOT BAGGIN ON THE DOGG? (Nevermind...back to the countdown.)

August 19, 2008 1:32 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Deh debate iz ovah. Red Snot iz nun udduh dan Jose Aguilar.

August 19, 2008 1:39 PM  

Blogger Red Spot in CD 14 said:

12:45 is a moron.

August 19, 2008 1:46 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

LOL. Red Spot got busted dissing Zuma Dogg and his only reaction was to call himself a "moron". Well hey, at least he's honest?

August 19, 2008 2:05 PM  

Blogger Michael Higby said:

It's not Red Spot posting, I know who it is.

An Outstanding fella I believe.

August 19, 2008 2:14 PM  

Blogger Michael Higby said:

Red Spot is not Jose Aguilar. I've met both of them. And not much similarity.

August 19, 2008 2:15 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I think Aguilar gave me his card once.

Doesn't look a thing like Spot.

August 19, 2008 2:54 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


August 19, 2008 5:05 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

12:57, please move to France! Don't wait for the election, just move!

August 19, 2008 5:52 PM  

Blogger Zuma Dogg said:

From LA Daily Blog.com

Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Low-Life Criminal, LA City Attorney Rocky Delgadildo BEING INVESTIGATED BY THE F.B.I. !!! (LOL!)

I TOLD yo azz, that low-life criminal Los Angeles Shitty Attorney Rocky Delgadildo was gonna take a big pineapple up his wazoo for the way he is operating his racket.

LA City Controller Laura Chick was contacted and interviewed by Federal Bureau of Investigation (F.B.I.) two weeks ago that they were investigating racketeering king (Delgadilldo), most likely over the worker's compensation program that Chick has been playing tough of war with the most-likely-to-be-indicted loser City Attorney.

(Let's face it, the F.B.I. ain't wasting their time and money unless they already know the answer to what they are investigating. So it's a matter of if they can prove it on paper, which again...ZD says they WILL.

ELTON JOHN VOICE (Sung): So Goodbye Delga-dilldo! Cause the F.B.I.'s gonna howl. You can't keep covering crime up. The Feds will shut down your show!

Zuma Dogg can think of some other things the F.B.I. should be investigating like the City Attorney's subcontracting of their deadbeat dad and debt collections, and the City's towing subcontracts, among other rackets being run by the City Attorney's office.
Chick spoke to U.S. agents in Delgadillo probe
from L.A. Times - California | Local News
L.A. city controller says she was interviewed about her effort to conduct an audit of the city attorney's office. Delgadillo's spokesman sees a 'political agenda' behind allegations against his boss. [Yeah, there is a 'political agenda' to crack down on City Attorney racketeering.]

Los Angeles City Conptroller Laura Chick today said she has been interviewed by the FBI and federal prosecutors regarding an investigation of City Atty. Rocky Delgadillo.

Any allegation of wrongdoing is nothing more than garbage being shoveled by the city's attorney's political opponents hiding behind the cloak of anonymity," Velasquez said. "This is a classic political smear. It's one hell of a coincidence that this is coming out now, when press accounts say he is considering a run for attorney general."

[OMG!!! Delgadildo thinks he has a chance of getting elected for Attorney General? How do you serve that position from a Federal Prison? Is Mike Hernadez gonna bail him out? Meanwhile, the fact that Rocky's spokesperson would even mention a run for ANY elected office besides Cub Scout Master is going to make my hernia stitches bust from laughing so loud. (No, I don't really have a hernia...but I might get one from laughing so hard at the thought of Rocky thinking he can run for anything but from the law. He's certainly been operating outside of it.

HE ROCKY, HOW'S YOUR PAL MARIA FROM HOUSING? Maybe I should call the FBI about that one. Everyone loves to pile on an embarrassing laughing-stock loser!

August 19, 2008 5:59 PM  

Blogger Zuma Dogg said:

Mayor Sam and Petrafied...
Oh no...don't narrow it down for the loser. He is fishing. Trying to have you narrow it down.

The crybaby loser Councilmember (and his staff) think they have it narrowed down to a couple people.

So if you are trying to convince him it isn't Jose A, then they will figure it's the other one or two people.

Oh well...they are so dumb, they still probably couldn't narrow it down if there was only ONE person they thought it was. And who cares anyway if they know. I don't think Red Spot really cares anymore if they know, or not. But we like watching them chase their dummy-tails over it, those inferior-minded losers.

All the money, connections and legal teams these Councilmembers have to spend to pull of the racketeering and keep it covered up...but some LAUSD reject who can't really spell is trippin' em all up. No wonder the city is in trouble...you got the Bad News Bears running the show.

August 19, 2008 6:06 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

5:05 -- who threatened to spin lies about Jamiel being a gang member if Mr. Shaw didn't drop his efforts to change SP40?

I think this is where we need to be looking in terms of who initiated the harassment action. They've already got a well-publicized track record in this regard.

Should be enlightening when we get all the facts.

August 19, 2008 6:36 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Trust me, no one who's anyone in this town is losing sleep over Wet Spot, the political Chihuahua in CD-14.

August 19, 2008 8:28 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Is Rocky really thinking about running for the state Attorney General?

If that's correct, then maybe the FBI should add a drug screening to the list of things they are checking Rocky for, because that is one truly delusional mind.

In LA, still.

August 19, 2008 9:02 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Believe it or not the powers that be ALL have egos and are all corrupt. Of course they were ordered and of course they will continue. Is is right? No but trust me OOPS have quotas and if they are not subject to audits I would start asking the officers who arent meeting those quotas whats really going on down there.

January 01, 2009 7:04 PM  

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