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  • Black & Blue News: A Broken Clock is Right Twice a Day- LAPD’s Disciplinary System

    Oct 23, 14 by Retired LAPD Sergeant Cheryl Dorsey 1 Comment


    *Today, LAPD Police Chief Charlie Beck was right. The Chief fired disgraced LAPD Detective Frank Lyga who had been found guilty, at an administrative Board of Rights (BOR), of making racist remarks and disparaging comments.  As a retired LAPD sergeant and often vocal critic of the Los Angeles Police Department, I thought it important to […]

  • ‘Django’ Actress, Boyfriend Charged with Lewd Conduct Over Car Sex

    Oct 21, 14 by EURPublisher01 6 Comments


    *The “Django Unchained” actress who made national headlines when she accused the LAPD of racism has been charged with lewd conduct for allegedly having sex in her car in Studio City, according to TMZ. Multiple witnesses alerted police after allegedly witnessing Daniele Watts having sex with her boyfriend in ta Mercedes parked outside of CBS […]

  • We Remember: Roland Freeman, Original L.A. Black Panther Dies at 68

    Oct 20, 14 by EURNews 5 Comments


    Roland Freeman, Original Member of the Southern California Chapter of the Black Panther Party for Self Defense Dies at 68 Los Angeles, CA – Roland Freeman, an original member of the Southern California Chapter of the Black Party for Self-Defense died Wed., Oct. 15 in New York at the LaGuardia Airport. Freeman was bringing back […]

  • Black & Blue News: Why LAPD Det. Frank Lyga Won’t Be Fired

    Oct 17, 14 by Retired LAPD sergeant Cheryl Dorsey 2 Comments


    *Today it was reported that a Los Angeles Police Department administrative hearing known as  a Board of Rights (BOR) recommended the termination of LAPD Detective Frank Lyga as a result of racist, sexist and inflammatory remarks he made last year during a joint LAPD training day. The truth is, Det. Lyga  quite possibly may live to offend […]

  • BlackandBlueNews: Domestic Violence Can Happen to You

    Oct 7, 14 by Ret. LAPD Sergeant Cheryl Dorsey Leave a comment


    *October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. We sadly begin this October with the fatal shooting of  Bell Gardens Mayor Daniel Crespo as a result of a domestic violence incident. Shock, sadness and disbelief were just a few of the emotions expressed when it was reported that Mayor Daniel Crespo, had been shot and killed by his wife […]

  • @Jasmyne Cannick: LAPD Sergeant Did the Right Thing with Daniele Watts

    Oct 3, 14 by EUROpinion 9 Comments


    *Los Angeles police sergeant Jim Parker does not deserve to be fired for his role in the handcuffing and detaining of actress Daniele Watts when she refused to identify herself.  I know that probably isn’t going to go over well with some African-Americans, but that’s how I feel about the situation. Daniele Watts and her man celebrity […]