Friday, January 20, 2012

Are Drug Cartels Influencing Public Officials to Abolish DOJ Narcotic Investigations, Intelligence & Prosecutions?

Los Angeles, CA Law enforcement and DOJ Special Agents in California are outraged that budget cuts have gutted the ability to investigate and prosecute Gangs, Drug Cartels and major crimes. Here is a 3 minute video preview of "the news behind the news" fromFull Disclosure Network®featuring DOJ Special AgentCary Cavalieri and veteran Gang specialist retired L A County Sheriff'sSgt. Richard Valdemar revealing how elected officials have created laws to protect themselves from public corruption investigations and law enforcement surveillance. 


Sgt. Valdemar explains the State Legislature passed laws to protect public officials by exempting them from wire taps when involving public corruption. When considering the recent budget cuts to Narcotic Enforcement and Bureaus of Intelligence and Investigations approved by Governor Brown, Valdemar explains the devastating impact when prosecution of drug cartels, gangs, narcotics, human trafficking, etc. are blocked.

Segment #1:
 Influence of Government-Instituted Bigotry in USA.
Los Angeles Sheriffs Deputy Sgt. Richard Valdemar discusses how ethnic special interests, illegal immigration and drug cartels are changing the United States. He is convinced that the infiltration of drug cartels into the political system alters law enforcement activities by influencing " the way they conduct business.

Segment #2: DOJ Investigations Cut: Politics or Policy?
Cary Cavalieri, Board Member of the DOJ Special Agents Association describes politics behind the severe budget cuts to the narcotic enforcement, investigations, and intelligence Bureaus of the California Department of Justice. Former LASD Sgt. Richard Valdemar International Gang and Drug Cartel expert describes all the law enforecment functions that are threatened.

Segment #3: Why Politicians Now Favoring Criminals
Former LASD Sheriff's Sgt. Richard Valdemar says elected officials should be voted out of office because they now are protecting criminals instead of citizens. Valdemar says that the loss of funding for the DOJ investigations Bureau threatens the prosecutions of Medi-Cal fraud indictments in the Armenian organized crime community that has ties to Mexican drug cartels and will severely hurt the prosecutions case.

Segment #4: How Prisoner Releases Impact Public Safety
Massive release of prisoners in California was mandated by AB109 and signed by Governor Brown and is referred to as "Realignment". Sgt. Richard Valdemar describes why the so-called "non violent" offenders are in fact most likely violent inmates who "plea bargained" down in exchange for their testimony against others involved in the violent crimes.

Segment #5: Voters Backlash Against Politics & Media
Former LASD Sheriff's Sgt. Richard Valdemar points out the public mood of disgust against politicians who don't follow rules and the media failure to report it.

Segment #6: Theft of Public Property and Public Corruption
Government agencies are going astray because there is no oversight of according the Sgt. Richard Valdemar. He says HUD and urban renewals are a good example of how money is sucked out of our system and leads down the road to bankruptcy.

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