Thursday, May 24, 2007

School Officials Indicted: Accusers Featured on Internet Video (12 min)

Orange County, CA.– James Fleming, former Superintendent of Capistrano Unified School District resigned office "in disgrace", then the county District Attorney raided District offices, the Registrar of Voters was investigated and finally admitted giving the Superintendent illegal access to recall petitions gathered by angry citizens trying to rid the district of corruption. The accusers who brought these charges to light are featured in a FREE 12 minute preview of the 2006 Full Disclosure Network® cable television series. Now being re-released for viewing on the Internet, on demand 24/7 as a public service of FDN, this preview caputures highlights of the series.
TODAY the Orange County District Attorney announced that the court unsealed the indictment of Fleming on three felonies here is the statement his assistant Susan McGill was indicted on two felony counts #2 and #3 as shown below:
Count 1 misappropriation of public funds
Count 2 use of school funds to defeat a recall effort of his political allies
Count 3 conspiracy

Full Disclosure Network® interviewed members of the Capo Recall Committee and local government officials residing in the Capistrano Unified School District throughout 2005-2006, documenting the course of events in an on going series for cable television and the Internet. Offering an update and behind the scenes commentary on the School District shake-up is Anthony “Tony” Beall, now Mayor of Rancho Santa Margarita who describes the filing of the recall initiative, the refusal to certify thousands of petitions by the Orange County Registrar of Voters and the D.A,’s raid. entire series is featured on 43 cable systems statewide with previews and Video News Blogs on the worldwide Internet

Among the leaders and officials featured in the Video preview are:
  • James Fleming, Superintendent, Capistrano Unified School District
  • Sheilia Henness, CUSD Board of Trustees
  • Anthony “Tony” Beall, Mayor Pro-Tem, Rancho Santa Margarita (Recall leader)
  • Gail Reavis, Council member City of Mission Viejo
  • Patricia Kelly, Council member, City of Mission Veijo
  • Gary Thompson, Councilman, City of Rancho Santa Margarita,
  • Neil Blais, Councilman City of Rancho Santa Margarita
  • John Paul Ledesma, Councilman City of Mission Viejo

Other School District issues cited as having added to the citizen outrage were
Instead of firing the Superintendent, CUSD Trustees allowed the Superintendent to retire with a life-long pension at the expense of the children and taxpayers
CUSD Board of Trustees unanimously approved paying for the criminal defense of the Superintendent, at the expense of the children and taxpayers

Hosted by Leslie Dutton, the Full Disclosure Network® public affairs television programs are billed as “the news behind the news” on the Internet website In 2004-5 the program featured a lengthy series entitled "Belmont, the World’s Most Expensive High School” and the Los Angeles Unified School District’s extraordinary use of non-voter approved (COP) Bonds known as Certificates of Participation. In 2002 host Leslie Dutton was presented with a local public affairs Emmy Award from the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences entitled "L.A.'s War Against Terrorism" Channels and airtimes can be found on the website.

Saturday, May 19, 2007


Los Angeles, CA The Full Disclosure Network® is re-releasing a twelve minute Video News Blog, of "the news behind the news" covering the National Council of La Raza (NCLR) convention in Los Angeles last July. Delegates to the convention promote the concept of having an "OPEN BORDER" between Mexico and the United States in this video. Viewers are asked to vote in an online survey and leave their comments for debate.

So what do multi-national Corporations have in common with the National Council of La Raza (non-profit social,activist groups)? Full Disclosure® discovered what may be the answer to that question when participants at the NCLR convention describe the prospect of nurturing, cultivating and encouraging the populous Hispanic forces in America to push for the following:

  • Merging the United States, Mexico and Canada into an economic union

  • Open Borders between Mexico, U.S. and Canada

  • Free flow of capital, goods, labor, and services

  • North American Economic Union aka "a common market economy"

  • Similar to the European Common Market

You judge for yourself by watching Full Disclosure Network's® coverage of the National Council of La Raza (NCLR) Convention. This video contains excerpts of presentations the mainstream media failed to cover. Included in the video are: Corporate sponsor Wall Mart's Vice Chairman John Menzer and other high ranking executives pitching to the Hispanic audience, including a Bank of America pitch for money transfers to Mexico.

Video excerpts of Karl Rove, White House strategist on the Administration’s Immigration reform policy
  • Video clips with NCLR Delegates

  • Nativo Lopez, president of MAPA

  • Irene Martinez, Delphi Center Santa Ana

  • Beatriz Ricarti, El Eme

  • LASD Sergeant Richard Valdemar a (ret)

Known as "the news behind the news" the Full Disclosure Network® is featured on 43 cable television systems and video streamed on the Internet at In 2002 the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences presented host Leslie Dutton with an Emmy for the 2001 public affairs series entitled "L.A.'s War Against Terrorism". In 2000 the first Full Disclosure Forum was held in Washington D.C. entitled "The Prosecutor & The Presidency" featuring former U. S. Attorneys General and Special and Independent Prosecutors on how America investigates the Presidency.

Saturday, May 12, 2007

Police Reformers Control The LAPD: Online Video

Los Angeles, CA The Full Disclosure Network® presents two part exclusive intertview with retired LAPD Captain Ken Hillman about how the Los Angeles Police Department was politicized after the Rodney King incident and the 1992 L.A. Riots. Here is Part 1 of the Interview (28 min) and here is part 2 of the interview (28 min) both available FREE, 24/7, on demand as a public service. This 2005 interview is being re-released to provide background on the LAPD in light of the current controversy involving the May Day Immigrant demonstrations in MacArthur Park and who controls the LAPD.

Here are some of the highlights of the interview:
  • POLICE REFORMERS POLITICIZE LAPD: Captain Hillman describes the circumstances following the resignation of LAPD Chief Daryl Gates when "police reformers" pushed Charter Amendments. The first reform was "Proposition "F" that provided for the Police Chief's position to become a political appointment giving the Mayor and his hand picked Police Commissioners the power to remove the Chief. A few years later Charter changes made the Deputy Chiefs political appointees as well.
  • PARTISIANS OWN THE LAPD: According to Hillman, whose long career included leadership roles in both the Police Union, as member of the Board of Directors and Captain of the Pacific Division (Command). He describes how powerful partisans seized control of the LAPD. He explains that it was a small politically powerful group who were the masterminds who "reformed" the LAPD. "They own it", he says, the LAPD is now completely politicized. In part-one of the interview Hillman said "the LAPD Chief is now the Mayor's mouthpiece".
  • POLICE UNION EMPOWERED Captain Hillman explains that when the (Civil Rights) partisans took control of the Department it also resulted in empowering the Los Angeles Police Protective League (police union). Hillman describes how the police union was mostly a social, golfing organization until they were threatened by the anti-law enforcement reformers. Prior to the take-over the police union had not played a signifigant role in City politics, but when they did there was an immediate need to protect the rights of officers if the face of the "so called" reforms. He now says the reformers, including the powerful ACLU partisians have complete control over the LAPD .
  • POLICE UNION SUPPORTS MAYOR CAMPAIGN: On this part-two of the Full Disclosure® interview, Captain Hillman said the Police union made a deal with then-candidate Mayor James Hahn, to support his campaign in exchange for his approving the 3/12 work schedule for police officers. This was accomplished due to successful union organizing due to the threat of the anti-police reformers posed. He claims the police union was forced to become more aggressive to defend and protect the rights of officers.

Full Disclosure® host Leslie Dutton has been conducting interviews with law enforcement officials regarding police politics and public policy since 1992, interviewing all the Chief's of Police from Ed Davis to William Bratton and most of the Police Commission Presidents. In 2002 Dutton was presented with a local public affairs Emmy Award by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for the series "L.A.'s War Against Terrorism".

Saturday, May 05, 2007

JAIL CRISIS, JUDGES & THE ACLU: Watch video (13 min)

Los Angeles, CA. – What are the forces behind releasing sentenced criminals from jail before they finish their sentences, sometimes without even serving their sentences at all? The answer is the ACLU and Federal Judges according to experts featured in a thirteen minute FULL DISCLOSURE NETWORK® video news blog. Among those appearing in the video are former U. S. Attorney General Edwin Meese, III, L. A. County Sheriff Leroy Baca. The FDN video news blog is moderated Emmy Award winning host Leslie Dutton and available FREE, 24/7, on demand and provided as a public service.

Other experts appearing in the brief video news blog with Meese and Baca are: L.A. Sheriff’s Captain Tim Cornell, (Inmate Reception Center), Retired L. A. Sheriff’s Captain Ken Masse (Court Services ), L. A . Sheriff’s Sgt. Paul Jernigan, (Central Men’s Jail), Lt. Don Meredeth, Glendale PD.

Here are some of the revelations describing the cause of the current crisis in the jails:

  • Captain Tim Cornell: Judge Pregerson’s order caused the back up when he ordered us to change the six-man cells to four-man and the four-man cells to two-man. We lost 1200 beds
  • Sheriff Lee Baca: We had to sleep people in the chapel , in the hallways and the ACLU complained
  • Edwin Meese: The Courts have usurped the function of the legislature by taking over prisons, school boards, police departments, etc. for which they have no particular expertise in running.
  • Captain Ken Masse: If a criminal is sentenced to 90 days in jail they serve only three days.
  • Lt. Don Meredith: As a result of that early release program some people have been murdered.
  • Sgt. Paul Jernigan early releases take away the punishment for the crimes committed.
  • Sheriff Lee Baca: Federal Court decree in the Rutherford decision has capped the number of prisoners we can house at 18,000

Following the video VIEWERS ARE ASKED TO VOTE on the following survey questions:

  • Do you think the ACLU lawsuits (regarding jail conditions) are a good service?
  • Should federal judges impose their own supervision over jails and prisons?
  • Do you think the California Legislature should build more prisons to alleviate county jail over-crowding?

Viewers are also invited to participate in the video news blog discussion by posting comments below the streaming video. Known as “the news behind the news Full Disclosure Network® cable television programs are featured on 43 cable systems and the Internet since 1992. In 2002 the Full Disclosure® special series “L. A.’s War Against Terrorism” was recognized by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences with a local Emmy Award for a public affairs, informational series. Channels and air times can be found on the website at