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  • Another L.A. County sheriff's deputy is convicted in jail abuse scandal

    Another L.A. County sheriff's deputy is convicted in jail abuse scandal
    A federal jury on Tuesday convicted a seventh sheriff's deputy of obstructing a federal civil-rights investigation into excessive force and corruption inside the Los Angeles County jails, delivering a victory to prosecutors as they continue their probe into the lockups.
  • Retrial begins for L.A. County Sheriff's deputy accused in FBI case

    The retrial of a sheriff's deputy accused of obstructing a federal investigation into the Los Angeles County jails began Wednesday with prosecutors portraying him as a technically adept schemer and defense attorneys arguing that he was merely following...

    FBI pulled plug on 2011 undercover sting against Sheriff's Department

    FBI pulled plug on 2011 undercover sting against Sheriff's Department
    Operation Blue Line was a go. In August 2011, FBI agents were gearing up to launch the next phase of their wide-ranging investigation into suspected brutality and corruption by sheriff's deputies in the Los Angeles County jails. The plan was to rent a...

    Setting Times stories to music: From Searchers to Jagwar Ma

    Setting Times stories to music: From Searchers to Jagwar Ma
    I just saw one of the Great Reads soundtrack bands, Jagwar Ma, at a quintessential Southern California spot: the Santa Monica Pier. Have you been to the Thursday night twilight concerts there? It’s an evening to make you smitten with Los Angeles....

    Apploi offers technology to turn more inmates into employees

    Apploi offers technology to turn more inmates into employees
    According to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, newly released inmates are most likely to commit a crime in the first three days they walk out of jail.  There are probably plenty of reasons for that -- for starters, the easy availability of...