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Councilman Jose Huizar and the FBI

February 1st, 2011 · 2 Comments

The LA Times has an interesting story today about Los Angeles Council member Jose Huizar and how some of his financial dealings have come under question by the FBI. Basically, Huizar used his opponent, Rudy Martinez, in seeking out his assistance to have some repairs made to one of the council member’s rental homes and [...]

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Tags: ethics · FBI

The DOJ is now investigating the fatal beating of Luis Ramirez

July 31st, 2008 · 4 Comments

It is being reported that the FBI and the Department of Justice Civil Rights Division is going to investigate the beating death of Luis Ramirez. MALDEF supports this federal action, and attorney John Amaya from the organization said, “The significance really rises to the national stage.” We will continue to report the latest news on [...]

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Tags: Crime · FBI · Immigration · MALDEF · Uncategorized

Another one bites the dust…

August 28th, 2007 · 31 Comments

Those of us who follow political corruption would have expected Alberto Gonzales’ public behavior to come from a man with close relationships to the Ku Klux Khan, the Aryan Nation, and the extreme right. Of course, the human contradiction that Alberto Gonzales publicly portrays is extreme enough to keep psychologists analyzing him for the next [...]

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Tags: Alberto Gonzales · FBI · GWB · Henry B. Gonzalez

Same $hit, different day… FBI Chief contradicts Gonzales’ testimony

July 27th, 2007 · 1 Comment

Yesterday, the FBI Director contradicted the sworn testimony of Alberto “Fredo” Gonzales regarding the warrantless eavesdropping program. Gonzales told the Judiciary Committee this week that there were no serious disagreements or reservations about the program, and FBI Director Mueller indicated that he had reservations about the program. One would think that someone in the upper [...]

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Tags: Alberto Gonzales · FBI