Los Angeles, CA. — Full Disclosure Network® exposes the conflict between the Federal and State Justice systems over the “Special Order 40” policy and the names used to describe illegal immigrants, in a free video news blog.
This 9 min video is available on demand and features United States Attorney Debra Yang(2004) describing what the meaning of the word "status" is, as it relates to illegal immigrants working as security at Los Angeles International Airport.
Describing LAPD policy regarding illegal immigrants are :
LA Police Commission Presidents,
Rick Caruso (2003),
Edith Perez( 1998)
David Cunningham, III (2004)
LAPD Chief Bernard Parks (1998-2001)
INS District Director Richard Rogers. (1995)
Exclusive audiotaped messages (1998) from
Geri Ann Haslit L. A. County Superior Court and
Sandy Gibbons, Spokesperson for the L.A. County District Attorney
The video reveals the conflicts and differences of policy when using the words “undocumented, aliens, immigrants and person “out of status.”
The Full Disclosure® Video News Blog is moderated by Emmy Award winning host Leslie Dutton and demonstrates, with video clips, the dilemma faced by Federal and local law enforcement officials when implementing the “don’t-ask, don’t-tell” LAPD policy known as Special Order 40.
Video clips used in the Full Disclosure® Video News Blog were taken from full length interviews with law enforcement over the past sixteen years that have been featured on 45 cable systems and the internet website at http://www.fulldisclosure.net/