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LAPD Under Fire After Arranging Mexican Mafia Leader To Wealthy Dinner For The Entertainment Of Business Executives

There is a bizarre story out of Los Angeles where the Los Angeles Police Department spent $22,000 (and had 38 LAPD employees work 320 hours) to bring Rene “Boxer” Enriquez, the infamous ex-Mexican Mafia leader, to an exclusive dinner for private executives. 293 more words

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Paladin Justice reblogged this on saboteur365 and commented:

Seal_of_LAPD In this reblog from Professor Jonathan Turley's website, we learn that the USA, instead of jailing for life or executing the leader of the Mexican Mafia in the USA, that he was the honored speaker at an expensive dinner hosted by the Los Angeles Police Department. Truly, as more Mexiturds wield influence in the USA, the more violent and corrupt the country becomes. A woman commenter wrote this excellent observation on Dr. Turley's site:

And for all those who don’t live in border states, supporting open borders and the US becoming more of a region than a nation, this is a timely mention of the savage Mexican drug cartels pouring in. I really think that those who support amnesty should be forced to live in one of those unsellable properties by the border, where the owners can’t be home alone and have to sleep with a gun by their bed.

Chief To Review LAPD's Role In Ex-Mexican Mafia Member's Speaking Engagement

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Police Chief Charlie Beck says he will review the LAPD’s involvement in a Jan. 28 speaking engagement featuring a convicted former member of the Mexican Mafia. 637 more words

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Gov. Jerry Brown Blocks Parole For Ex-Mexican Mafia Chief

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) – Gov. Jerry Brown blocked parole for a former leader of the notorious Mexican Mafia prison gang who has turned on his former comrades and now aids law enforcement. 463 more words

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Gov: Ex-Mexican Mafia chief lacks insight about role

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Former Mexican Mafia leader Rene “Boxer” Enriquez has helped law enforcement for years, hasn’t been disciplined in a decade and had support for his parole request from federal and state agencies and the corrections system itself. 367 more words

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