Saturday, August 26, 2006

Police Intelligence Failures Unite Gangs & Terrorists? Video Preview (8 min)

Los Angeles, CA. The failure of local law enforcement agencies to gather, monitor and retain intelligence on subversive groups linked to terrorists has created a dangerous climate described in a four-part interview series on gangs, terrorism and immigration.

According to gang specialist and retired Sergeant Richard Valdemar, a 33 year veteran of the L. A. County Sheriff’s Department most law enforcement agencies routinely destroy intelligence records on subversive groups fearing lawsuits filed by Civil Libertarians. He notes that this is happening at a time when criminal gang members and terrorists have already united in an attempt to bomb a local Synagogue in Southern California.

The Full Disclosure Network™ is presenting a FREE eight minute preview from the first two half-hour segments of this special four-part interview. Available FREE, on demand, as a public service.

Summary of Part 1 & 2 of the Valdemar interview:

  • Young people have positive vs negative reactions to police tactics
  • Sheriff's OSS gang program successfully dismantled gangs, elected officials destroyed the program.
  • Sheriffs Department now sending in teams to put out gang fires
  • Criminal illegal aliens are exporting gangs to other countries, smuggling drugs and humans
  • Criminal illegal aliens are producing false documents enabling re-entry to the U.S.
  • Gangs are joining the military, gang graffiti has been found on buildings in Iraq
  • Military is teaching gang members new skills that are used on the streets of the U.S.
  • Police intelligence gathering failure is caused by administration fear of lawsuits by civil libertarians.
  • Local law enforcement no longer has undercover operations of subversive groups
  • Three Strikes law does not apply to criminal illegal aliens.
  • Gang graffiti in airline cargo holds is an invitation for terrorist bombs
  • Need to return to monitoring subversive groups and gang dismantling programs.

The entire four-part interview with Sgt. Richard Valdemar will be featured on 43 cable systems with previews on the Internet at The Full Disclosure Network™ is known as “the news behind the news” and is an independent, educational, public affairs cable program hosted by Leslie Dutton. In 2002 the FDN program was presented with a public affairs Emmy Award from the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for their series entitled “L.A.’s War Against Terrorism”. Channels and airtimes can be found on the website.

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