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Thursday, December 06, 2012

Morning Brief on the AlarCON Political Machine for Thursday

LA Weekly: Andrea Alarcon to face trial on all chargers in San Bernardino DUI Case, contrary to reports in the "Old Gray Hag on Spring Street".
City of Los Angeles Board of Public Works President Andrea AlarCON.

This City Hall Scandal is not going away anytime soon.

The "Weekly of Record" latest edition chronicles "Andrea AlarCON's Rise and Fall" and discloses more details on the "Scion of the AlarCON Political Clan's" DUI in San Bernardino County. The disclosure is sure to reinforce calls for AlarCON's resignation and provide further fodder for those who question whether AlarCON was given special treatment regarding the recent incident involving her daughter, by public officials and an enabling "Former Gray Hag of Record on Spring Street".

Excerpts from the "Weekly of Record".

On the night of Dec. 30, 2011, Alarcon was driving south on Route 18 out of Big Bear Lake with her 10-year-old daughter in the car. The 2009 Volvo she was driving got a flat tire, and her car was blocking traffic in the one lane of the twisty and sometimes treacherous main route out of the mountainous ski resort area. When California Highway Patrol Officer Raymond Thomas arrived on the scene, it was clear that a field sobriety test of Alarcon was in order.Alarcon failed. She blew at least a 0.15 blood alcohol percent by weight, almost twice the legal limit for a DUI, according to court documents. She was arrested and charged on the spot with two counts of driving under the influence and one count of willful cruelty to a child."We view the child as not having a choice as far as being in the vehicle," CHP Public Information Officer Ben Baker said.

An enabling "Old Gray Hag on Spring Street" provides cover for AlarCON.

The San Bernardino District Attorney filed misdemeanor DUI and child cruelty charges against Alarcon in June, but the media either ignored that news or never learned of it.Alarcon is scheduled for a pre-trial hearing next week. Alarcon's lawyer, Michael Scafiddi, several days ago told the Los Angeles Times that he expected two of the three charges to be dropped, a claim that has been widely repeated by California media. But when L.A. Weekly contacted San Bernardino District Attorney spokesman Christopher Lee, he said, "That couldn't be further from the truth. We have no intention of dismissing the charges." 

Was this "meeting" held at Getty House?

Alarcon met with Mayor Villaraigosa last December, the day after her DUI. Officials won't say if she offered to resign, but it's now clear the mayor allowed her to slip out of it with her job and reputation intact.

Wonder what constitutes "slipping out" in Mayor Antonio Villar's thought process?

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

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Anonymous Anonymous said:

I normally disagree with all of your nutty conclusions, Scott, but you are right on about this, and I wouldn't put it past Villar OR Alarcon to trade off the job for some oral. Judging by the looks of her, she has more experience in that than she does for the job itself.

December 07, 2012 9:31 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Insiders have been unusually quiet on this one - holding back on the real dirt. Why? Because of the kid?? The mayor? Give it up!

December 11, 2012 7:31 PM  

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