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Dear District Attorney Jackie Lacey, Prosecute Killer Cops, Signed: Your Constituents (tags)
Dear District Attorney Jackie Lacey, Prosecute Killer Cops, Signed: Your Constituents
Hundreds March Long Beach to Compton to Protest Los Angeles Sheriff Murder of Noel Aguilar (tags)
Noel Aguilar, age 23, was killed on May 26, 2014 by Los Angeles Sheriff's Department Deputies Albert Murad and Jose Ruiz, who lied to make it seem like their victim deserved to die. LASD falsely reported that Noel was armed, had shot an injured deputy, and tried to take away the officers' guns. A witness cell phone video released in December 2015 revealed that Deputy Ruiz actually shot Deputy Murad accidentally and then shifted the blame to Noel, who was shot four times at point-blank range while being pinned down. Noel's final words #ImDying became a rallying cry for a protest held January 16, 2016. Over 300 people marched a three-mile route to the Compton station of the LASD, where Noel's killers Albert Murad and Jose Ruiz report to duty.
Community Protests Police Violence (tags)
January 12, 2013
POMONA - Between 30 and 50 police accountability activists, many of them friends and family of individuals murdered by various area police agencies, gathered on the busy corner of Holt and Garey to call for justice in the shooting death of Andres Avila, who was killed by Pomona police in October of 2011.
RICO Suit Filed Against Bet Tzedek Legal Services of Los Angeles (tags)
Using a law originally enacted to combat the mafia, a Marina Del Rey-based legal scholar recently took the rare step of suing "Bet Tzedek"
FBI Director Robert Mueller Must Go! (tags)
Public corruption has reached a level never seen for a century. Corruption of the justice system in Los Angeles County and beyond is at the core of the current financial crisis. Unless corruption of the justice system is addressed, economic development and civil society conditions are unlikely to improve.
FBI AND LA COUNTY SHERIFF RAID VETERAN CHICANO ACTIVIST CARLOS MONTES (tags)
STATEMENT FROM THE COMMITTEE TO STOP FBI REPRESSION
Harvard Law Professor Yochai Benkler is provided with additional evidence of large-scale c (tags)
The US courts computer systems - PACER and CM/ECF - enable the routine churning out of fraudulent records in the US courts. The systems undermine both Human Rights and Banking Regulation in the United States. Prof Yochai Benkler, an expert on computers and the law, has been asked to review the evidence and provide an opinion.
CCMS – the new California courts Case Management System – a looming danger for Justice and (tags)
Sustain, the case management system, which originated in Los Angeles County under the tenure of Ronald George in the Los Angeles Superior Court, was opined as fraud. It is by now implemented in some dozen states! CCMS was an initiative of Ronald George as Chief Justice of the California Supreme Court and Chair of the California Judicial Council…
Spokesperson of the Los Angeles Court Fired - and Allegations of Public Corruption (tags)
Evidence was repeatedly published over the past decade of public corruption and financial management fraud at the Los Angeles Court and Sheriff's Department
Two weeks ago they came for Atenco Now they come for the South Central Farm (tags)
We, members of the Autonomous Peoples Collective (APC) and the Eastside Café (ESC), as subscribers to the Sixth Declaration of the Lacandon Jungle and the "Other Campaign" denounce the imminent eviction of over 300 families who currently work the 14 acres of land considered the largest urban farm in the U.S., located in South Central Los Angeles, California.
south Central Farmers: MEDIA ADVISORY (tags)
L.A. City Mayor Villaraigosa Fails to Raise Matching Funds to Save 350 Poor Families, in South Central Los Angeles, >From Brentwood Developer
Evidence links George Bush to Los Angeles drug operation (tags)
Why do the gov's critics keep finding themselves targets of strange police scrutiny? (tags)
Criticizing Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger can be risky business these days. It's a lesson that a small but growing number of activists have learned in recent months, after speaking out against the governor's policies and being subjected to unsettling police scrutiny.