D.A.'s race donor: An article in the Oct. 27 LATExtra section about a felon who contributed to the campaign of then-district attorney candidate Jackie Lacey said that Kip C. Cyprus and a business partner had hired appraisers to artificially inflate the values of properties and had recruited buyers to buy the properties using government-backed loans they obtained using forged documents. In his guilty-plea agreement, Cyprus admitted that he and others working with him had prepared false gift letters for the buyers and signed false certifications on loan documents, but did not admit forging documents or hiring appraisers to artificially inflate the properties' values.
Schuller bankruptcy ruling: In the Nov. 27 LATExtra section, a production error caused several names to be misspelled in an article about a bankruptcy-court ruling regarding Crystal Cathedral founder Robert H. Schuller and his family. The first name of attorney Nanette Sanders was altered to Nannette. The last name of contractor Wes Lasken was altered to Lassen. Arvella Schuller's first name was altered to Arbela. And Judge Robert N. Kwan's last name was altered to Kwa. In addition, glass-paned was misspelled as glass-panned.
Dann Cahn obituary: The obituary of film editor Dann Cahn in the Nov. 25 California section said that he was given a career achievement award by the American Cinematography Editors. The organization is called the American Cinema Editors.
Jeanette Lynn Hughes: An article in the Nov. 20 LATExtra section about a parole recommendation for Jeanette Lynn Hughes, who was convicted of conspiring to kill her husband, said that Hughes had escaped in 1990 from a women's prison in Fontana. The California Institution for Women, formerly called Frontera, is in Chino.Copyright © 2014, Los Angeles Times