Friday, December 30, 2005
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.
Wednesday, December 28, 2005
Washington, D.C. December 28, 2005 -- A nine minute Video preview entitled "The Prosecutor & The Presidency" covering how America investigated the Presidency, from Watergate to Whitewater, is now available on The Full Disclosure Network™ website http://www.fulldisclosure.net/flash/Special_Series.htm. Featured in the video are excerpts from the Full Disclosure Network's two-hour forum videotaped in Washington D.C. on March 6, 2000 and their "Rule of Law" series of interviews with former U. S. Attorneys General and Special and Independent Prosecutors.
Those appearing in the video presentation are: Former U.S. Attorneys General
Edwin Meese, III,
Former U.S. Solicitor General Robert Bork
Asst.U.S. Attorney General Chris Schroeder.
Hon. Lawrence Walsh,
Joe di Genova,
Robert Fiske, and
Hon. Shirley Hufstedler
Leslie Dutton, Moderator
Full Disclosure's Special Series entitled "The Rule of Law" and the two-hour Forum "The Prosecutor & The Presidency" captured on videotape individual interviews with the Presidential prosecutors and U. S. Attorneys General, documenting the cataclysmic struggle among the most powerful American men and women who shaped domestic political policy for over thirty years.
Since 1992, the Full Disclosure Network™ has been billed as "the news behind the news" public affairs cable television program, featured on 40 cable systems and video streamed via the Internet at www.fulldisclosure.net. In 2002 the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences presented Leslie Dutton with a local public affairs Emmy Award for the series entitled " L.A.'s War Against Terrorism".
Monday, December 26, 2005
Los Angeles, CA — In a seven minute video blog, the Full Disclosure Network™ presents shocking and revealing video clips covering financial operations of the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD). Available free, on demand, 24/7 at www.fulldisclosure.net/flash/VideoBlogs/VideoBlog18.php . The presentation outlines who the major players are supporting the break-up of the School District and those calling for an outside independent audit by L. A. City Controller Laura Chick with a description of the battle brewing between Mayor Antonio Villargiarosa and LAUSD Superintendent Roy Romer.
Billed as “the news behind the news”, the prominent officials appearing on this Full Disclosure™ Video Blog™ are: L. A. City Controller Laura Chick, Special Assistant District Attorney Anthony Patchett (ret), Cardinal Roger Mahoney, and Roger Carrick, Special Legal Counsel to the LAUSD Inspector General. The video blog is hosted by Leslie Dutton.
At issue is the high drop-out rate of the District, the multi-billion-dollar LAUSD annual budget and $27 billion dollars in taxpayer funds received by the District over the past seven years from bonds and matching funds intended for school construction. Prosecutors and politicians claim the District is not accountable for the money and Cardinal Roger Mahoney provides a more positive view. The video blog contains exclusive video clips, never before seen by the public.
For the past thirteen years the Full Disclosure Network™ has produced and distributed public affairs television programming to 40 cable systems and the Internet via video streaming at www.fulldisclosure.net . In 2002 the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences recognized the Full Disclosure Network™ for the public affairs series “L. A.’s War Against Terrorism. Channels and airtimes are listed on the website.
Sunday, December 25, 2005
Los Angeles, CA. (PRWEB) December 24, 2005 -- The Full Disclosure Network™ has released a Free. six (6) minute Internet video on pornography, homelessness, the tax revolt during the Reagan Administrations that is available 24/7, on demand at http://www.fulldisclosure.net/flash/423_Meese_preview.htm. Featuring Edwin Meese, III who was former U. S. Attorney General from 1985-1988 and Chief of Staff to Governor Reagan in California during the 1970 ‘s the video provides the rationale used by the Reagan administrations to develop public policy on these controversial social issues.
Meese told Emmy Award winning host Leslie Dutton a new pornography commission could make recommendations for a legislative process. He said the pornography issue, should be revisited now and that a comprehensive evaluation could provide technological means for prosecution, the laws needed, and protections for children.
Ed Meese also describes the California reform legislation of the 1970's that released the mentally ill from warehouses. Critics have blamed these reforms, saying they have contributed to the homeless problem on the streets for the last three decades.
The video clips for this presentation were taken from a one hour interview with Ed Meese, conducted by host Leslie Dutton which have been featured on 40 cable systems and the Internet on the Full Disclosure Network ™ website at www.fulldisclosure.net. Channels and air times, by community are listed on the website.
For the past thirteen years Full Disclosure Network ™ has produced public affairs programs featuring prominent officials who are involved in the development of public policy at the local, state and national level. In 2002 the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences presented the show with a public affairs Emmy Award for the 2001 Series entitled “L.A.’s War Against Terrorism.”
Thursday, December 15, 2005
Los Angeles, CA — Will the powerful International education lobby be successful in weakening the U. S. Patriot Act? The Full Disclosure Network™ Video Blog entitled "Terrorist Visa Loopholes in U. S. Patriot Act?" covers the crossroads battle waged between the powerful international education lobby and the U. S government over the renewal of provisions in the U. S. Patriot Act pertaining to the security regulations on foreign student visas. This 9 minute video blog is available at http://www.fulldisclosure.net/flash/VideoBlogs/VideoBlog01.php on demand, 24/7 as a public service. Provisions of the U.S. Patriot Act will expire December 31, 2005 unless renewed by the Congress. The U. S. Senate is expected to begin debate this coming week.
The U. S Department of Homeland Security estimated that 220,000 new foreign students and exchange visitors are expected to enroll in the fall of 2005. In 2001 there were 547,687 foreign students enrolled in U. S. colleges and university. According to a Florida University study the number of foreign students in the United States has grown considerably since the 9/ll attack on the World Trade twin towers.Apearing in the Video Blog are:
- Jim White, Legal Counselor UCLA International Student Services
- Richard Knickerbocker, Constitutional Attorney who represented David Bradford former UCLA Registration Deputy whose landmark 1991 lawsuit Bradford vs U C Regents held that undocumented students were not eligible for benefits, including reduced "in-state" tuition at the California University System, including the Community Colleges.
- Georgie Anne Geyer, Author and Syndicated Columnist
The Full Disclosure Network™ Video Blogs are featured from the website at www.fulldisclosure.net and are billed as "the news behind the news" addressing current public policies, The Full Disclosure™ Video Blog will start streaming 24/7 on demand on December 16, 2005.
The Full Disclosure™ Video Blogs feature exclusive footage with clips from interviews conducted over the past ten years. Visitors to the website are encouraged to add their comments with additional information to the comments section of the blog to encourage and heighten public awareness on issues of importance. In 2002 the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences presented a public affairs Emmy Award to Full Disclosure™ Producer/Host Leslie Dutton for the 2001 series entitled "L. A's War Against Terrorism."
Wednesday, December 14, 2005
Los Angeles, CA — Civil Rights Attorney Stephen Yagman is featured in a controversial eight minute Internet video on the Full Disclosure Network™ where he takes on the entire justice system at http://www.fulldisclosure.net/flash/yagman.php speaking disparagingly of his fellow attorneys and of the California Supreme Court which he says is basically a “cesspool” consisting of six hacks and one wonderful justice.”
Yagman told Emmy Award winning host Leslie Dutton that “elected officials should have taken control of the LAPD and seen to it that it functioned properly, without brutality and without corruption.” He said that when they didn’t perform like that the elected officials became potentially liable. He claimed to have filed 1600 lawsuits against the LAPD and the City of Los Angeles because the politicians have failed to take control of the Police Department.
He said “solving the (LAPD) problem is in the hands of the people whom we elect in our representative form of democracy, the Mayor and the City Council members. They have never done it and they’re not doing it now. When asked if it was possible to have responsible government in Los Angeles when the City Council is dominated by a one political party he said he thought the City was “controlled by a mélange of just kind of hacks”.
When Yagman was asked if he would compare himself to a Johnny Cochran or a William Kuntsler, he uses the “f” word to express his opinion and later states that he has never spoken foul word in a court room but that privately, he has a very foul mouth.
The video clips contained in this preview were selected from a one hour cable television interview with Mr. Yagman that has been featured on 40 cable systems and the Internet. Full Disclosure Network™ programs are billed as “the news behind the news” since 1992 and in 2001-2002 was presented with a local public affairs Emmy Award from the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for the series “L.A.’s War Against Terrorism” featuring then LAPD Chief Bernard Parks, L. A. City Councilman Mark Ridley Thomas, Lt. Ken Hillman, Director of the LAPD Union and L.A. County Sheriff Lee Baca.
Saturday, December 10, 2005
The video blog features United States Attorney Debra Yang describing what the meaning of the word "status" is, as it relates to illegal immigrants working as airport security at Los Angeles International Airport. Also describing immigration policy and immigrants are three LAPD Police Commission Presidents, Rick Caruso, Edith Perez and David Cunningham, III, plus LAPD Chief Bernard Parks, and INS District Director Richard Rogers. An exclusive audio taped message from L. A. County Superior Court and District Attorney’s office reveals their conflicts and differences of policy when using the words “undocumented, aliens, immigrants and person “out of status.”
The Full Disclosure™ Video Blog is moderated by Emmy Award winning host Leslie Dutton and demonstrates, with video clips, the dilemma faced by Federal and local law enforcement officials when implementing the “don’t-ask, don’t-tell” LAPD policy known as Special Order 40.
Clips used in the Full Disclosure™ Video Blog were taken from full length interviews with law enforcement over the past thirteen years that have bee featured on 40 cable systems and the internet website at www.fulldisclosure.net.
Billed as "the news behind the news" Full Disclosure™ is a public affairs television production best known for the 2001-2001 Emmy Award winning series entitled "L.A.’s War Against Terrorism."
Wednesday, December 07, 2005
Also featured in the video blog is the late Sherman Block who served as Sheriff of L. A. County prior to the administration of Lee Baca. All three Sheriffs go on record as to what they feel is responsible for massive over-crowding of jails and racial unrest among the inmates.
Reasons cited by the Sheriffs for the violence are:
- Budget shortfalls causing staffing shortages.
- Growing numbers of criminal illegal immigrants.
- Conflict of local and U.S. Immigration law enforcement.
- Revolving door policies allowing 70% of illegal criminal aliens to return to U.S.
Emmy Award winning host Leslie Dutton is the moderator of this Full Disclosure Network™. Video clips for this debate were selected from full-length interviews with the Sheriffs and which have been shown on 40 cable television systems and video streamed from the internet website www.fulldisclosure.net
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.
Monday, December 05, 2005
Los Angeles, CA. — Leaders of a California citizens revolt in South Orange County are featured in a nine minute FULL DISCLOSURE™ video blog, describing the school corruption which has sparked their campaign to recall all seven members of the Capistrano Unified School District. The video will be launched on the Internet 24/7, world-wide starting Monday, December 5, 2005.
Citizens from the communities of Alisa Viejo, Coto De Caza, Dana Point, Ladera Ranch, Laguna Niguel, Los Flores, Mission Viejo, Rancho Santa Margarita, San Clemente and San Juan Capistrano gathered 140,000 signatures in their communities. Their primary complaints about the District Trustees and the Superintendent is, they say, the arrogance, deceit and deliberate concealment of public documents and financial agreements while spending public monies lavishly on themselves. The final straw was when the District proceeded to build a new $35 million Administration building while the children are being taught in decrepit and run down portable classrooms.
Featured in the video blog are leaders from the citizens group called CAPO for Better Representation, comprised of the parents of children attending school in the District, as follows: Chairman Kevin Murphy, a financial services executive, Tom Russell, corporate transactional attorney, Mark Neilsen, software executive, Jennifer Beall, interior designer.
The following actions of the CSUD Trustees and Superintendent were cited by the group as motivating factors for the recall campaign:
- Failure to provide transparency in financial transactions
- Failure to comply with state laws governing school construction and the environment
- Failure to disclose conflict of interests on contracts, bidding and school site selection
- Failure to conduct the public’s business in open meetings and with public input
- Failure to give public notice of Trustee actions creating millions in public debt
Hosted by Leslie Dutton, the Full Disclosure Network™ public affairs television programs are featured on 40 cable systems and the worldwide Internet website www.fulldisclosure.net. In 2002 the program was presented with a public affairs Emmy Award from the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences entitled “L.A.’s War Against Terrorism” which was presented by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. Channels and airtimes can be found on the website.