Los Angeles, CA. From 8 to 9 pm on Sunday, September 17, 2006 the L. A. Cable Channel 36 will feature a two-part Full Disclosure program exposing why the war against gangs is failing. This program will air city wide throughout Los Angeles and other cable access channels throughout California and the worldwide Internet. Featuring L.A. County Sheriff Sgt. Richard Valdemar (ret) a 33 year veteran and internationally recognized gang expert. A FREE eight minute preview of the programs can be found here at the URL: http://www.fulldisclosure.net/flash/468-469.php on demand, 24/7, as a public service of the The Full Disclosure Network.
Summary of Part 1 & 2 of the Valdemar interview:
- Failure of law enforcement to conduct gang/terrorist intelligence due to fear of civil rights lawsuits
- Gang members working with terrorists have been documented in Southern California
- 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.
- 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 the former Sgt. Richard Valdemar will be featured on 43 cable systems with previews on the Internet at www.fulldisclosure.net. 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.