Will Los Angeles Sheriff Lee Baca be sentenced to prison?

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Will Los Angeles Sheriff Lee Baca be sentenced to prison?

Unread post by alexalonso » February 26th, 2016, 3:11 am



I will be posting videos on another channel. Will Los Angeles Sheriff Lee Baca receive prison time for pleading guilty to corruption charges.

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Re: Will Los Angeles Sheriff Lee Baca be sentenced to prison?

Unread post by femun » February 26th, 2016, 9:07 pm

Can you please post pictures of the sheriffs deputies that have been convicted.

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Re: Will Los Angeles Sheriff Lee Baca be sentenced to prison?

Unread post by alexalonso » April 2nd, 2016, 12:52 am

Here are Six of the LA DEputies.

All six defendants were convicted in July of conspiracy and obstruction of justice for their roles in a plan to hide inmate-turned-informant Anthony Brown from the FBI and a federal grand jury in 2011.

Two defendants, Scott Craig and Maricela Long, were also convicted of lying to the FBI.

Retired Lt. Steve Leavins received the longest sentence, 41 months in prison. Anderson said Leavins believed he was above the law, pointing to Leavins' intimidation of witnesses and abuse of authority. Anderson also referred to Leavins' testimony as "highly suspect", not quite accepting prosecutors' contention that it was flat-out perjury.

Retired Lt. Greg Thompson will serve 37 months in prison and pay a $7,500 fine. Prosecutor Maggie Carter referred to Thompson's "massive abuse of trust" as the organizer and leader of the plan to hide inmate Anthony Brown from the FBI.

Retired Sgt. Scott Craig will serve 33 months in prison. Craig is a 26-year veteran of the LASD who took the lead in threatening to arrest FBI Special Agent Leah Marx outside her home. Craig also tampered with witnesses, telling one deputy he was being manipulated by the FBI and then ordering him not to talk to FBI agents.

Sgt. Maricela Long was sentenced to 24 months in prison. Long had just joined the Internal Criminal Investigations Bureau when this case got underway in the summer of 2011. Prosecutors say she was not a "leader" in the conspiracy, but nonetheless lied to the FBI and tampered with witnesses by suggesting to Brown he'd been abandoned by the FBI.

Deputy Mickey Manzo will serve 24 months in prison. Anderson noted that Manzo was deeply involved in the hiding of Brown and continued suspect activities months after this investigation came to a head. Prosecutors said Manzo's "feelings of loyalty trumped his duty to obey the law."

Retired Sgt. Scott Craig will serve 33 months in prison. Craig is a 26-year veteran of the LASD who took the lead in threatening to arrest FBI Special Agent Leah Marx outside her home. Craig also tampered with witnesses, telling one deputy he was being manipulated by the FBI and then ordering him not to talk to FBI agents.

Sgt. Maricela Long was sentenced to 24 months in prison. Long had just joined the Internal Criminal Investigations Bureau when this case got underway in the summer of 2011. Prosecutors say she was not a "leader" in the conspiracy, but nonetheless lied to the FBI and tampered with witnesses by suggesting to Brown he'd been abandoned by the FBI.

Deputy Mickey Manzo will serve 24 months in prison. Anderson noted that Manzo was deeply involved in the hiding of Brown and continued suspect activities months after this investigation came to a head. Prosecutors said Manzo's "feelings of loyalty trumped his duty to obey the law."
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Re: Will Los Angeles Sheriff Lee Baca be sentenced to prison?

Unread post by alexau » May 15th, 2016, 9:25 am

i think he wont

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Re: Will Los Angeles Sheriff Lee Baca be sentenced to prison?

Unread post by alexalonso » May 15th, 2016, 6:09 pm

alexau wrote:i think he wont
Do time?

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Re: Will Los Angeles Sheriff Lee Baca be sentenced to prison?

Unread post by alexalonso » June 18th, 2016, 1:36 am

Lee Baca scandal
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