Friday, February 29, 2008

Gangs. Police Tactics, Prisons, Judges & ACLU

Los Angeles, CA. This Sunday and Monday on Cable TV the Full Disclosure Network® feature six Video News Blogs covering the latest hot button issues and top law enforcement officials as follows:

Sunday, March 2nd 8:00 p.m Part 1
Sunday, March 2nd 8:30 p.m. Part 2
Monday, March 3rd 4:00 p.m. Part 1
Monday, March 3rd 4:30 p.m. Part 2
Click here for 45 other cable channel numbers & air times

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Video News Blog #40Massive Prison Release Intended” (8:15 min) Steve Ipsen, President of the Association of Deputy District Attorneys claims the agenda of anti-law enforcement politicians are setting the stage for a massive prision release. He describes who, why and how they have been undermining the “Three Strikes Law” for the past ten years.

Video News Blog #42 “Prison System Condemned in Concealed Report” (10:30 min) California’s Corrections Independent Review Panel, headed by former Gov. George Deukmejian, issued a little known 400 page report costing over $1 million. According to Executive Director Joe A. Gunn, they found the system was in “chaos, a disaster and total disarray” but the Governor Schwarzenegger has ignored the findings.

Video News Blog #41 “Police Solo Foot Pursuit Ban Debated” (8:30) Three top cops debate whether or not police should chase gang members or criminals on foot without back-up or partners. Features LASD Chief Bill McSweeney, former Det. Roy Burns and LAPD Capt.Ken Hillman (ret).

Video News Blog #43
“Are Jails Intended To Be Punishment?” (8 min) A dynamic echange of views about whether jail time should be considered punishment for convicted criminals. Featuring LASD Sgt. Paul Jernigan, Sheriff Joe Arpaio, Police Reformer Merrick Bobb.

Video News Blog #45 “Jails, Judges & The ACLU” (7:02 min) Featuring Sheriff Leroy Baca, Former U. S. Attorney General Edwin Meese, III, LASD Sgt. Paul Jernigan, LASD Captain Tim Cornell and Glendale Police Lt. Don Merideth. Revealing discussion who’s behind the early release program in L. A. County jails and why convicted criminals are being released without spending any or very little time in jail.

Video News Blog #44 “The Ultimate Gang Solution” (13:01 min) Should the Courts require juvenile gang members to wear GPS tracking devices to deter adult gang members from using them for unlawful and violent activities? Features Steve Ipsen, President of the Association of Deputy District Attorneys, and Jeremy Thompson a retired LASD Deputy from gang detail.

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