Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Zuma Dogg's KINGPIN SCRIPT, ALREADY COMES TRUE: FBI BUSTS SHERIFF DEPUTY FOR SMUGGLING CELL PHONE INTO PRISON!

[PICTURED: NO OFFENSE, LEE! But I heard you talking on that phone, and it reminded me of my conversation with Keith Richards. Sounded one drip away from Michael Jackson. The pressure CAN get to you. And when the guy in the ski cap reads what you said in LA Times, today, I think you had one drip, too many, KINGPIN CAPO!]

Last week, Zuma Dogg posted a script for his new "Sopranos-like" mob TV show, called, "KINGPIN!" Instead on NJ mob, is about L.A. County KINGPINS! (And in L.A., it's the elected officials and their cronies, which is why East coast mob, has never been able to get a foothold.)

HERE IS PART OF THE SCRIPT BACKGROUND, AS POSTED, LAST WEEK:

KINGPINS have cronies in police departments and courts. They can get the info in the sealed file that can PUT AN OVERNIGHT END, to your DECADES LONG POLITICAL CAREER!

KINGPINS back the mayor, who appoint the commissioners, who allow the KINGPIN soldiers to be "hired" as inspectors, to "collect" for the kingpin. (See above picture.)

Before you know it, and it takes a couple decades, but you have infiltrated just about all city, county departments and even the Superior Court.

YOU DON'T GET TO SIT IN THE SEAT, UNLESS YOU RIDE IN THE CAR, OF THE KINGPIN! He runs the elected officials, commissioners, inspectors, law enforcement, pension fund investments -- and is getting a "taste" of YOUR business operation. YOU JUST MAY NOT KNOW IT, YET....KEEP WATCHING.

READ FULL SCRIPT HERE: Zuma Dogg Presents "KINGPIN" (Sorpranos-like Show About L.A. City Hall) READ FIRST EPISODE, HERE!

AND NOW, STRAIGHT OUT OF TODAY'S LA TIMES HEADLINES!!!

FBI paid deputy to smuggle cellphone in jail sting

[LA TIMES IS SPINNING FOR THE KINGPIN! Zuma Dogg's headline is, "FBI Busts Deputy For Smuggling Cell Phone." (Baca claims, "FBI created risk, bringing cell phone into jail." HEY LEE, WHAT ARE YOU ON, BRO? DON'T YOU THINK THE FBI WAS MONITORING THE PHONE? DOH! And you say you want to police YOURSELF. Again, what are you on LEE? It doesn't work that way in U.S.A. THAT is why we HAVE the FBI! YOU AND YOUR KINGPINS CAN'T BE TRUSTED!]

The officer allegedly accepted about $1,500 to smuggle a cellphone to an inmate who was an FBI informant, sources say. Sheriff asks whether the FBI is capable of investigating alleged jail abuses. [HOW ABOUT INSTEAD OF PONDERING WHETHER FBI IS CAPABLE OF PROVING YOUR DEPUTY TOOK A CELL PHONE INTO YOUR PRISON, HOW ABOUT, "This is an outrage...THANK YOU TO THE FBI FOR BRINGING IT TO MY ATTENTION. I want to make sure what has been exposed by them, NEVER HAPPENS AGAIN." WOW, a little defensive there, LEE?]



[PICTURED: A KINGPIN INSTALLATION. His comments are laughable. Is he under influence of anything? Wonder what HIS blood test would show? A drip less than Jackson?]
Baca protests FBI sting operation

Sheriff Lee Baca says the FBI investigation into jail conditions is unnecessary, adding: "We police ourselves."

[SORRY KINGPIN PUPPET...ONLY WORKS THAT WAY IN KINGPIN WORLD...but FBI HAS PULLED PLUG ON THAT! As U Can See!] (photo: Luis Sinco/Los Angeles Times / August 19, 2011)


FBI agents probing misconduct allegations in the L.A. County Jail orchestrated an undercover sting in which they paid about $1,500 to a sheriff's deputy to smuggle a cellphone to an inmate, sources said.

The revelation is the first public indication that the FBI's investigations into allegations of inmate beatings and other deputy misconduct in the jails have uncovered possible criminal wrongdoing.

The FBI conducted the cellphone sting without notifying top Sheriff's Department brass, enraging Sheriff Lee Baca and causing a rift between the two law enforcement agencies.

Baca, who is scheduled to meet Tuesday with U.S. Atty. Andre Birotte Jr. to discuss the escalating tensions, went on television Monday to slam the FBI, saying smuggling a cellphone inside a secured lockup created a serious safety breach. Baca suggested that the FBI committed a crime by doing so.

"It's illegal," he said. "It's a misdemeanor and then there's a conspiracy law that goes along with it."

Baca has not responded to repeated interview requests from The Times to discuss the federal inquiries into his jails, the nation's largest. When asked about the deputy accused of smuggling the cellphone into the jail, Baca's spokesman Steve Whitmore would only say: "We're going to go wherever this investigation takes us."

The Times reported Sunday that federal authorities are investigating inmate beatings and other misconduct by deputies in the jails. The allegations include deputies breaking one inmate's jaw and beating another inmate for two minutes while he was unconscious.

In addition to the investigations surrounding the jails, federal authorities have two other inquiries involving the Sheriff's Department. Last month, the U.S. Department of Justice's civil rights division announced a broad "pattern and practice" investigation into allegations that deputies in the Antelope Valley discriminated against minority residents who receive government housing assistance. Also last month, The Times reported that a Sheriff's Department captain had been put on leave after federal agents suspected hearing her voice on a wiretap of a suspected Compton drug ring.

Sources said Monday that the deputy allegedly caught in the sting accepted the money to smuggle the cellphone to the inmate, who was locked up at the Men's Central Jail. Unbeknownst to the deputy, the inmate was working as an informant for the FBI, sources said.

The deputy, Gilbert Michel, 38, resigned shortly after sheriff's officials put him on leave, , sources said. A source said the deputy, who has not been charged with a crime, is now the subject of a Sheriff's Department criminal investigation. Michel could not be reached for comment.

Federal officials have declined to comment on their investigations and the Sheriff Department's criticisms of their undercover operation.

Baca, however, spoke out Monday on KTTV-TV Channel 11's "Good Day L.A.", defending his department's record in the jails and blasting the FBI. He suggested that the federal inquiry was unnecessary because all allegations of abuse within the jails are thoroughly investigated internally, and vetted by the department's watchdog. [ZUMA DOGG SAYS, THEN CHECK YOUR INTERNAL INVESTIGATIVE SYSTEM. YOU JUST HAD AN FBI AGENT BRIBE A DEPUTY TO HAND OFF A CELL PHONE TO AN INMATE. YOU FAIL THE ZUMA DOGG "QUALITY CZAR TASTE-TEST."]

"We police ourselves," he said. [WHEN I READ THIS QUOTE...I REMEMBERED THAT LEE REMINDS ME OF LISTENING TO THE MICHAEL JACKSON AUDIO FROM CONRAD MURRAY'S CELL PHONE, FROM COURT TODAY.]

The sheriff also questioned whether the FBI had the know-how to investigate his jails. "What kind of experience do you have in dealing with all this? And to what extent do you know the policies, the procedures and even the law?" Baca asked of the FBI. [The experience is, bribe you boy and it gets the job done. I guess enough to know, it's illegal for your deputy to take a bribe to hand off a cell phone to an inmate. AND I GUESS YOU SHOULD BE ASKING ABOUT THE PROCEDURES..YOURS, NOT THEIRS! Haven't you heard, "FBI IS RUBBER...YOU ARE GLUE?]

He also criticized the FBI's use of an inmate informant, identifying him as a man facing 400 years in prison for armed robbery. "Jailhouse informants quite frankly are problematic," the sheriff said. [YEAH, that's why they cooperate. But even if he was facing 500 years, your boy still took the bribe to pass the baton to the prisoner. YOU SHOULD RUN FOR CITY COUNCIL LEE! YOUR CRYBABY-LOSER WHINY EXCUSES, SOUNDS JUST LIKE ERIC GARCETTI & YOUR KINGPIN RELATIVE ANTONIO VILARAIGOSA! (Report to same KINGPIN! And Gloria Molina is just ONE of them. It takes TWO for a RICO-RACKET TANGO in a region as LARGE as L.A. County.]

It's unclear how Baca's public critique of the FBI will affect the relationship between the two agencies, and more important, the many task forces, including one focusing on terrorism, in which the agencies serve together. [I think the relationship will be affected by a new Sheriff election, before agents fly back to D.C., from their trip to L.A. for Bell.]

After his criticism of the FBI investigation, Baca went on to promote an upcoming charity run, mentioning that the Sheriff's Department and the FBI would be in attendance.

"Will they be running from you or with you?" asked one reporter.

"Probably do a little of both," Baca responded.

[I BET THE CHARITY IS A NON-PROFIT RICO-RACKET, TOO. If not...why bother? I mean , REALLY?]

robert.faturechi@latimes.com

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