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The Times' article about San Francisco's Back on Track initiative ("San Francisco D.A.’s program trained illegal immigrants for jobs they couldn’t legally hold," June 22) painted an extremely distortedpicture of this nationally recognized...
Tags: Drug Trafficking, Migration, Immigration, Soccer, Crimes
L.A. NOWAn attorney under investigation by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement was convicted today of possessing child pornography and an assault rifle. Walter Loustari, who remains free on bail, entered a no contest plea before Los Angeles Superior Court...
L.A. NOWEamonn Daniel Higgins spent seven years attending college. Between 2002 and 2009, he attended 10 different schools in Southern California, including Cal State Los Angeles, Irvine Valley College and Santa Monica College, according to federal prosecutors....
L.A. NOWA mother of four who spent 23 years in prison for setting a deadly fire and was paroled with the help of law students who believed she got an unfair trial was deported Thursday, just hours after she was released.......
L.A. NOWA federal government attorney faces more than 250 years in federal prison after being convicted Tuesday of taking bribes from immigrants trying to stay in the United States, according to the U.S. attorney's office. Officials consider it a major case......
Los Angeles Times Staff WritersBribery of federal and local officials by Mexican smugglers is rising sharply, and with it the fear that a culture of corruption is taking hold along the 2,000-mile border from Brownsville, Texas, to San Diego. At least 200 public employees have been...
Tags: Vehicles, Bribery, Starbucks Corp., Employers, Migration
The tentative federal court ruling last week that California must release thousands of inmates in its correctional system comes as more bad news for a state trying to enforce the law and control its budget. One partial solution may lie in a federal...
Tags: Migration, Immigration, Crimes, Criminals, Lawyers
Mexican drug cartels and their vast network of associates have branched out from their traditional business of narcotics trafficking and are now playing a central role in the multibillion-dollar-a-year business of illegal immigrant smuggling, U.S. law...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterLorenzo de la Torre Torres was on the cusp of death. Drug cartel hit men had pumped the deputy police chief with more than 20 bullets, and slightly wounded his boss, after a wild car chase in Nuevo Casas Grandes, the Mexican city the two were supposed to...
In May 2007, Victoria Arellano, a 23-year-old transgender immigrant from Mexico, was sent to a detention center in San Pedro after being arrested on a traffic charge. Arellano, who was born a male and had come to the United States illegally as a child,...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterFederal authorities said Thursday they had dismantled a smuggling ring that brought hundreds of undocumented immigrants each month into Southern California, using private homes as "drop houses" and a 99-cent store as a staging ground. Authorities...
Tags: Migration, Immigration, Crimes, Criminals, Illegal Immigrants
Los Angeles Police Chief William Bratton sat down with The Times' editorial board on Monday to discuss several LAPD-related issues. Below are his remarks on the controversy surrounding the department's Special Order 40. Jim Newton, Los Angeles Times:...
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