Sheriff Baca Admits Mistakes, But What’s Next?
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LA Sheriff Lee Baca and Chief Deputy Paul Tanaka admitted in public last week that they failed to uncover the abuse of prisoners by deputies in county jails. Also, LA Metro extends late-night train service ‘til 2am, and, Mitt Romney, across the Pond and Beyond.
Sheriff Baca Admits Mistakes, But What’s Next? ()
LA Sheriff Lee Baca and his top Deputy Paul Tanaka answered tough questions last week about the abuse of inmates by deputies in the county jails. They testified before a commission appointed by the Board of Supervisors after it was revealed that a federal investigation was under way. Baca said he was not told about widespread abuse, but admitted he was to blame.
Metro Introduces New Late Night Hours ()
LA Metro has extended weekend service on the Blue, Gold, Green, Red, Purple and Expo Lines from midnight ‘til 2am. The Orange Line busway across the San Fernando Valley is running ‘til 2:40 am on Saturday and Sunday mornings so Red line passengers can still pick it up in North Hollywood. KCRW producer Anna Scott found some people had planned their nights around the new schedule while others found it a pleasant surprise…
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Romney Takes the Presidential Race Across the Pond ()
On his trip to London, Jerusalem and Gdansk, Mitt Romney says he’s touching three “pillars of liberty”—nations which share American values. After infuriating the Brits about Olympic security, he embraced Jerusalem as Israel’s capitol and dismissed Palestinian culture. In Poland, where’s he’s expected to invoke the Cold War, he was greeted by a banner for Ron Paul. But, has Romney revealed any significant foreign policy differences between himself and President Obama? Will his trip change the presidential campaign?
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