Brian Moriguchi

LA County Professional Peace Officers Association

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Lieutenant in the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, and President of the LA County Professional Peace Officers Association, the union that represents Sheriff’s Department officers

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Former LA County Undersheriff Paul Tanaka, is scheduled to go on trial for his alleged role in obstructing a federal investigation.

Paul Tanaka's Trial and Tribulations

Former LA County Undersheriff Paul Tanaka, is scheduled to go on trial for his alleged role in obstructing a federal investigation.

from Olney in L.A.

As Undersheriff of LA County, Paul Tanaka was Number Two to Lee Baca, who stepped down during a corruption scandal two years ago, rather than completing his third term as Sheriff.

Ex-Undersheriff Tanaka indicted

As Undersheriff of LA County, Paul Tanaka was Number Two to Lee Baca, who stepped down during a corruption scandal two years ago, rather than completing his third term as Sheriff.

from Which Way, L.A.?

Six LA Sheriff’s officials have been sentenced to federal prison for involvement in what Judge Percy Anderson called “blind obedience to a corrupt culture.”

Federal Judge Sentences Six in Sheriff’s Department Corruption Probe

Six LA Sheriff’s officials have been sentenced to federal prison for involvement in what Judge Percy Anderson called “blind obedience to a corrupt culture.”

from Which Way, L.A.?

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