Saturday marks 25 years since civil unrest broke out in Los Angeles after four LAPD officers were acquitted in the videotaped beating of Rodney King. The riots and their legacy are being remembered with a variety of events.
California prison officials must provide for free undergarments that flatten the chest of transgender inmates at women's prisons and give transgender inmates at men's prisons access to bracelets, earrings, hair brushes and hair clips.
It makes no sense that released state prisoners can violate probation an endless number of times, but never get more than 10 days in county jail. Yet that is exactly what happened in the case of Michael Mejia, who murdered Whittier police officer Keith Boyer. Here’s VP/General Manager Bob Cook with his Point of View. [ Bit.ly Link ]