Wednesday, February 22, 2006


Los Angeles, CA
The Full Disclosure Network™ will showcase three of their most controversial Video News Blogs in a thirty minute Special program on 43 cable television systems starting February 27, 2006. Topics and titles for the three Video Blogs featured in the program are:

· Sheriffs Blame Feds Before Pitchess Jail Riots
· Battle for Billions: Take-Over or Break UP the LAUSD
· Top Cops Debate Three Strikes (Baca vs Bratton)

This Video Blog Special program #9 is moderated by Emmy Award winning host Leslie Dutton and features prominent law enforcement officials, debating the “pros and cons” on “Red Hot” Issues of the day. Following each video news blog viewers are invited to participate in an interactive survey by either calling the 1-800-867-7777 Full Disclosure Town Hall (toll free) number or by going to the website at where they can vote leave comments that add to the debate. These Video News Blogs are currently featured on the Full Disclosure Network™ website free “On Demand” 24/7, as a public service.


Video News Blog #21 (7:55 min)
Sheriffs Blame Feds Before Pitchess Jail Riots L. A. County Sheriff Leroy Baca, Orange County Sheriff Mike Carona and the late Sheriff Sherman Block all reveal how the Federal government’s policies are impacting the local jails and prisons.
Video News Blog #18 (7:16 min)
Battle for Billions: Take-Over or Break UP the LAUSD Exclusive video clips of prominent officials including City Controller Laura Chick, Cardinal Roger Mahony and LAUSD investigators suggest why major political forces are attempting to win control over the BILLIONS of taxpayers dollars being spent by the Los Angeles Unified
Video News Blog #20 (8:27 min)
Top Cops Debate Three Strikes (Baca vs Bratton) Politicians announce a drop in the crime statistics, which sets off a debate as to why. Sheriff Leroy Baca says Three Strikes has made a big difference, while LAPD Chief William Bratton says it has not. Author of Three Strikes law former Assemblyman Bill Jones explains the intent and the scope of the law

Clips used in the Full Disclosure™ video blogs are selected from full-length interviews that are featured on 43 cable television systems. Channels and airtimes are available on the website at Since 1992 Full Disclosure™ has been billed as ”the news behind the news” and guests have included most of the U. S. Attorneys General, Special Prosecutors and Independent Counsels involved in Presidential Investigations, as well as Police Chiefs, Sheriffs, Civil Rights lawyers and citizen activists, journalists and other government officials from local, State and Federal agencies.

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