Bob Olmsted

candidate for LA Sheriff

Guest

Former commander in the LA County Sheriff’s Department; candidate to become the LA County Sheriff

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Illegal behavior has become institutionalized in the LA County Sheriff's Department, where some deputies "consider themselves to be above the law."

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