Jeffrey Anderson

Washington Times

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Reporter for the Washington Times; former investigative journalist with LA CityBeat and the LA Weekly

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A cluster of cities in southeast Los Angeles County are at risk of coming unglued.

Is Southeast LA County Just Ungovernable?

A cluster of cities in southeast Los Angeles County are at risk of coming unglued.

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The  City of Cudahy  is ten miles from downtown Los Angeles, but it may be as dangerous to run for office there as it is in Afghanistan.  That's according to Jeffrey Anderson, who…

Thug Politics in the City of Cudahy

The City of Cudahy is ten miles from downtown Los Angeles, but it may be as dangerous to run for office there as it is in Afghanistan.  That's according to Jeffrey Anderson, who…

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