Friday, March 19, 2010

FULL DISCLOSURE FINDS OUT WHY SHERIFF BACA OK’d INMATE INTERVIEW WITH RICHARD FINE


Los Angeles, CA. Learn the real reasons why L.A. County Sheriff Leroy Baca granted an inmate interview on March 10, 2010 with attorney Richard I Fine who has been held in L.A. Central Men’s Jail for over a year in solitary “coercive confinement” for civil contempt of court. Having never been convicted of a crime, with no release date, no hearing date and no bail, Full Disclosure was determined to get an in person interview, in the jail to learn how he was doing. Watch five minute video here

Full Disclosure Network® had been denied access to interview the 70 year old Mr. Fine many times over the past year, but suddenly, the Sheriff changed his mind. Watch this 7min video news report to find out why.

Featured in this video Full Disclosure’s Leslie Duttonand Senior Media Advisor to Sheriff Baca, Steve Whitmore as he explains the concerns, hazards and dangers posed to reporters who want access for interviews with inmates being held in the jail.

The full one-hour interview with Richard I. Fine is to be release soon to cable channels and on the internet. Fine will describe the year in solitary confinement and how he has been treated and the problems and challenges encountered.

1 comment:

  1. What’s done in the dark will come to the light. When government officials and those in authority shirk their responsibilities it is a sign that we need government reform. Even the president of the United States has a check system and do you mean to tell me that state officials have none? Every judge that received illegal payments and did not disclose the payments should be removed because they are not fit to hold their positions
    All those involved and or failed to address this matter should be held responsible for their actions. If this involved lay persons you can bet that the government would be trying to bring charges against them or publicly denounce the individuals involved, but since this matter involves judges no one wants to get involved. It’s time for a change.

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