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Articles from the April 19, 2022 edition

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6 Women Inmates Falsely Accused Of Rape At California Institution for Women Prison

It was a normal, quiet Sunday evening on the prison yard. The Oscars were live on TV. While Will Smith was capturing attention with the slapping of Chris Rock, another, far more serious and far more u...

 
 By Jill Chapin    Opinion    April 19, 2022

As Dr. Fauci Says, We Don't Yet Know What We Don't Know

In my recent article, News not Fit to Print? some responded in a way that is best summed up by this one reader: "I genuinely believe that Dr. Fauci is a dedicated and HONEST public servant. Clearly...

 

Local Churches and Synagogues Celebrate Easter, Passover as Pandemic Winds Down in Santa Monica

Santa Monica has 18 churches, and all of them will be conducting Easter services on April 17th. St. Monica's Catholic Church will conduct it's easter services at several times throughout Easter...

 
 By John Alle    Opinion    April 19, 2022

Santa Monica is Indeed Unsafe, City Manager White and Police Chief Batista - Please Listen to Us

I am responding to the Opinion piece co-authored by City Manager David White and Police Chief Ramon Batista. They responded to the "recent local and regional news coverage of a report portraying...

 

Calabasas Spurns Los Angeles District Attorney Gascon's Request to Meet

The City Council of Calabasas has published an open letter to Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascon, spurning his requiest to meet and discuss his "vision" of law enforcement. Citing a sp...

 
 By David Ganezer    News    April 19, 2022

Russia Broadcasts First Images of Survivors from Sunken Cruiser Moska. Only About 50 Men Visible on Russian TV

Update 4/17: The first video of survivors from the Russian Black Sea Cruiser Moskva has appeared in Russian media. It appears to show about 50 uniformed survivors from the crew of 510. Presumably...

 

After Spending $1.6 Million, Los Angeles District Attorney George Gascon is Still Unable to File Charges on Any Reopened Police Misconduct Cases

While running for office, George Gascón attacked Jackie Lacey's record of declining to prosecute police officers who killed people and promised to go a step further and undo what he saw as her mistak...

 

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