Larry Aubry

Columnist for the Los Angeles Sentinel

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Columnist for the Los Angeles Sentinel, an African American oriented weekly. Member, Community Call to Action and Accountability. Also a former consultant to L.A. County Human Relations Commission for 32 years

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To succeed  Bill Bratton , Mayor Antonio Villagraigosa  has picked Charlie Beck  as the next Chief of the LAPD.  He's 56 and currently  Deputy Chief  in charge of Detectives.

LA Gets a New Police Chief

To succeed Bill Bratton , Mayor Antonio Villagraigosa has picked Charlie Beck as the next Chief of the LAPD.  He's 56 and currently Deputy Chief in charge of Detectives.

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LA Police Chief William Bratton’s most highly trained officers went out of control last Tuesday, when Platoon B of the Metro Squad fired rubber bullets and swung batons at peaceful…

Chief Bratton Apologizes for LAPD Treatment of Protesters

LA Police Chief William Bratton’s most highly trained officers went out of control last Tuesday, when Platoon B of the Metro Squad fired rubber bullets and swung batons at peaceful…

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