Saturday, December 16, 2006


Los Angeles, CA. Full Disclosure Network™ presents a “Cable TV Special” on the predicted coming civil unrest and the current public cable channel censorship in the City of Los Angeles, to be released next week (December 18th) on 42 cable systems and the Internet at the website

Featured in the FDN “Cable Special” are three segments consisting of three Video News Blogs starting with the coverage of a public hearing on the issue of censorship and the removal of the Emmy Award winning Full Disclosure™ program from the L.A. CityView 35 Channel by Councilman Bernard Parks due to “contentious content”, then an eight minute segment on the Milken Institute’s panel on illegal immigration which included predications of civil unrest in Los Angeles. Also included in this special is a Mini-Documentary on history and content of the Full Disclosure™ programs. These public affairs programs are billed as “the news behind the news.”

Until recently, the Full Disclosure™ programs had been featured, as a public service, on the CityView Channel 35 for almost fourteen years. The programs included interviews with Council members, all of the Chiefs of Police of the LAPD from Ed Davis to William Bratton, most of the Police Commission Presidents, L. A. County Sheriffs, Elected Charter Reform Commissioners, LAPD Inspector General and Deputy and Assistants Chiefs of Police. In a 1999 Special Series FDN host Leslie Dutton interviewed all the U.S. Attorneys General, Special Prosecutors and Independent Counsels who had been involved in Presidential investigations, a series that has yet to air on the CityView35.

TO VIEW THE “CABLE SPECIAL” SEGMENTS ON THE INTERNET click on the title links below:

Will Illegal Immigration Lead to Civil Unrest? (8:33 min) Coverage of the Milken Institute’s State of the State Conference featuring prominent speakers including: former Governor Gray Davis, Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, Arnaldo Torres, and Ruben Rumbaut who offered predictions, including that illegal immigration could bring civil unrest to Los Angeles a conclusion missed by the mainstream media.

Why Was Full Disclosure Removed From CityView 35? (6:18 Min): Full Disclosure™ appeal before the Los Angeles Media Access Policy Board that oversees the operations of the L. A CityView 35 Channel featuring community activists supporting reinstatement of FDN on the channel. Those speaking: David Bradford, Don Schultz, David Hernandez, Gil Wong, and Leslie Dutton

Full Disclosure™ Mini-Documentary (8:00) on the purpose and history of the program: featuring Bernard Parks, Ed Meese, Stephen Yagman, Larry Flynt, Dave Gascon, Don Mullinax, Chief Wm. Bratton, Steve Cooley, Roger Carrick, Sheriff Lee Baca, Nativo Lopez,Cathy Dreyfuss, Ramona Ripston, Jim Reidy, David Cartwright.

Full Disclosure™ Video News Blogs invite viewers to participate in an online survey and to discuss the topics. A cable channel guide is listed by community and air times on the website. In 2002 the program was recognized by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences with a local public affairs Emmy Award for the series entitled “L.A.’s War Against Terrorism” featuring LAPD Chief Bernard Parks, L. A .Sheriff Leroy Baca, LAPD Captain Ken Hillman and L. A. Councilman Mark Ridley-Thomas.

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