Friday, December 30, 2005

Internet Video: Sheriffs, Police Chiefs & Feds Reveal Conflict on Immigration Policy


Los Angeles, CA — The Full Disclosure Network (tm) presents a free (9) nine minute video preview demonstrating the conflict between County Sheriffs, LAPD, and Federal authorities over immigration policy for the past 25 years, Available now on the URL:
http://www.fulldisclosure.net/flash/409-410-DavidGascon.htm The video is hosted by Leslie Dutton and David Gascon, LAPD Asst. Chief (ret) who offers commentary on the featured video clips of government officials who faced the ongoing dilemma.

In the City of Los Angeles, which at one time declared itself a "sanctuary" for illegal immigrants, former LAPD Chief Daryl Gates describes how an illegals shot and killed police officers while the Department waited for Federal authorities to enforce immigration law at the border and on the streets of Los Angeles.

Former L.A. City Councilman Ernani Bernardi describes how he forced the City Council to withdraw the Santuary resolution.

Full Disclosure interviews are billed as "the news behind the news".
Over the past twelve years they have documented the frustration and confusion of local law enforcement and District INS officials who complained thatlack of cooperation and funding were reasons why U.S.
immigration laws were not effective,

The history of immigration enforcement policies are set forth in a series of two Full Disclosure program featuring the following top law enforcement officials.

L A County Sheriff Lee Baca
The late Sheriff Sherman Block
LAPD Chief Bernard Parks
Assistant LAPD Chief David Gascon (ret),
LAPD Chief Bayan Lewis,
LAPD Chief Daryl Gates,
LAPD Commission President David Cunningham,
LAPD Police Commission President Rick Caruso
Retired L A City Councilman Ernani Bernardi,
LAPD Deputy Chief Art Lopez
Richard Rogers, INS District Director
L A County Supervisor Mike Antonovich.

Video clips were taken from a series of hour long Full Disclosure interviews over several years. The compressed one-hour program is available on the www.fulldisclosure.net website.

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