Sunday, July 30, 2006

Watch LAPD Officials Speak Out on Illegals & Special Order 40

Los Angeles, CA — In the City which at one time declared itself a “sanctuary” for illegal aliens, former LAPD Chief Daryl Gates describes in a two part Full Disclosure™ series how illegal aliens 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. Here is a FREE nine minute video preview of the series available on the internet 24/7, on demand, as a public service of the Full Disclosure Network.
The primary focus of the series is the LAPD's Special Order 40 policy of don't ask, don't tell when dealing with illegal immigrants that was enacted in 1979 under LAPD Chief Daryl Gates and continues to this day.

Appearing in the video series are:

  • L. A. County Sheriffs Sherman Block and Leroy Baca

  • LAPD Chief Daryl Gates

  • LAPD Chief Bayan Lewis

  • LAPD Chief Bernard Parks

  • Assistant LAPD Chief (ret) David Gascon (commentator)

  • Deputy LAPD Chief Art Lopez (ret)

  • Police Commission Presidents David Cunningham, Rick Caruso, Edith Perez

  • L. A. County Supervisor Mike Antonovich

  • Los Angeles City Councilman Ernani Bernardi

  • INS District Director Richard K. Rogers

Featured in this preview are exclusive video clips from Full Disclosure™ interviews conducted over the last ten years with the high ranking government officials directly involved in the controversial Special Order 40 policy. Both Daryl Gates and L. A. County Supervisor Mike Antonovich describe tragic circumstances where police officers died at the hands of criminals illegal aliens. Click here for transcript of quotes.

When LAPD Deputy Chief Art Lopez was asked why the LAPD does not enforce immigration laws he told Full Disclosure™ host Leslie Dutton “the City Fathers, the City Council and the Police Commission has spoken that we want to provide services to everybody, regardless of their undocumented status. Unless they break the law, then we’re not going to report things to the INS.”

Full Disclosure™ interviews over the past fourteen years have documented the frustration and confusion of local law enforcement and U. S. Immigration officials who often complained of lack of cooperation and lack of funding as the reasons why U.S. immigration laws were not effective.

This preview of a two-part series is currently featured on on the world wide internet. Copies of the complete transcript and one hour DVD are available from the web site

The 2002 Emmy Award winner, host Leslie Dutton, has been conducting interviews for the past fourteen years with local, state and national law enforcement officials in order to inform the public on critical police policies and procedures.

Billed as "the news behind the news" the non-profit, educational program is featured on 43 cable systems. Video News Blogs on the same topics solicit viewers to participate in surveys on the issue and to leave their comments and participate in the discussion in the comment section of the blog below the streaming video.

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