Intelligence centers: An article in the Oct. 3 Section A about a Senate report that was critical of federally funded intelligence centers said that the Joint Regional Intelligence Center in Norwalk had shared information about literature found in the back seat of a car during a traffic stop. The article described the material as "Muslim extremist literature," attributing the description to Michael Downing of the Los Angeles Police Department. Downing had described the material as "violent extremist literature."
Bruce Davis: In the Oct. 5 LATExtra section, an article about the recommendation by a state prisons panel to grant parole to Bruce Davis, a Charles Manson follower convicted in two slayings, said that Gov. Jerry Brown had 120 days to review the matter. In fact, the state Board of Parole Hearings has 120 days to review the recommendation before it goes to the governor, who would have 30 additional days to reverse, modify, affirm or decline to review the board's decision.
"Escape Fire": A review of "Escape Fire" in the Oct. 5 Calendar section said that the documentary about healthcare issues was playing at the AMC Santa Monica 7. It's playing at the AMC Broadway Cinemas 4 in Santa Monica.
"The Paperboy": A review of "The Paperboy" in the Oct. 5 Calendar section should have included the ArcLight Cinemas in Hollywood among the theaters where the film is playing.