Sunday, September 18, 2005
Los Angeles, CA. Internet video bloggers and just plain surfers will be able to watch a debate between Orange County Sheriff Mike Carona and Los Angeles County Sheriff Leroy Baca who are featured in a eight minute Full Disclosure™ video blog explaining their policies on taking political contributions from Reserve Deputies, Under Sheriffs and personnel in their Departments.
On Monday, September 19, 2005 Full Disclosure Network™ will launch this video blog via streaming media Internet, worldwide on their web site at www.fulldisclosure.net. Moderating the debate is Emmy Award winning host Leslie Dutton.
Mike Carona explains why he issues a gun and badge to ordinary citizens and his policy on accepting political campaign contributions from those very same people. Then Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca describes his policy on accepting campaign contributions from his Under Sheriffs, Deputies and Department personnel.
Video clips for this blog were selected from a series of full length programs which are featured on 40 cable television systems. Over the past thirteen years Full Disclosure™ programs have explored police policies, politics, corruption and reform, interviewing all the LAPD Chiefs from Ed Davis to William Bratton as well as the Southern California County Sheriffs. Cable channels are listed by community and air times on the website..
Posted by Full Disclosure Network at 10:00 PM