Jack Weiss

BlueLine Grid

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Founding president of BlueLine Grid, which makes communications software for law enforcement; former city councilman for Los Angeles' 5th District (Westside and the San Fernando Valley) and the Council's terrorism preparedness expert; former candidate for Los Angeles City Attorney; former federal prosecutor

Jack Weiss on KCRW

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FBI arrests LA City Councilman Jose Huizar on corruption charges

In a press conference this morning, U.S.

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Since 9/11, the Department of Justice has redirected funding and energy toward prosecuting terrorism cases, as well as immigration and national security issues.

The drop in white collar crime prosecutions, and Justice Department priorities

Since 9/11, the Department of Justice has redirected funding and energy toward prosecuting terrorism cases, as well as immigration and national security issues.

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The LA Unified School District – the second largest public school system in the United States —  was shut down completely  today in response to what Superintendent Ramon Cortines…

Terror Threat Shuts Down LA Schools

The LA Unified School District – the second largest public school system in the United States — was shut down completely today in response to what Superintendent Ramon Cortines…

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