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Monday, April 30, 2012

Assessor probe is "tip of iceberg." Yep, I said it on the Mark Isler Show last Saturday night on KRLA 870 am

I wanted to post this.....
From my appearance on last Saturday night's Mark Isler Show on KRLA 870AM over the RAIDS on LOS ANGELES COUNTY ASSESSOR John Noguez home and offices last week,,,

"Randy Economy, the Reporter from Los Cerritos Community Newspaper who first broke the story on the investigation into corruption allegations at the Los Angeles County Assessor's Office is interview on KRLA 870 AM on the Mark Isler Show on Saturday, April 28, 2012. The interview covers the details about the massive raids that took place at 12 different locations by members of the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office and at Assessor John Noguez personal home."


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Sunday, April 29, 2012


MEMPHIS, TN - APRIL 29:  O.J. Mayo #32 of the Memphis Grizzlies and Mo Williams #25 of the Los Angeles Clippers collide in Game One of the Western Conference Quarterfinals in the 2012 NBA Playoffs at FedExForum on April 29, 2012 in Memphis, Tennessee.
MEMPHIS, TN - APRIL 29: O.J. Mayo #32 of the Memphis Grizzlies and Mo Williams #25 of the Los Angeles Clippers collide in Game One of the Western Conference Quarterfinals in the 2012 NBA Playoffs at FedExForum on April 29, 2012 in MemphisTennessee.
Are you kidding me?  Did I just catch the biggest comeback in the history of the NBA Playoffs?  Yep.
Our LA Clippers  just beat Memphis. Twitter is blowing up. Memphis is DONE. 

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Aegean: Collision suspected in yacht mishap that killed 3; Newport Ocean Sailing Association in shock

From the Associated Press:
A yacht racing off the coasts of California and Mexico apparently collided with a much larger vessel, killing three crew members and leaving one missing, a sailing organization said early Sunday.
The Newport Ocean Sailing Association was hosting the 125-mile Newport, Calif. to Ensenada, Mexico yacht race when the collision occurred late Friday or early Saturday several miles off the coast near the border.
"An investigation was continuing, but it appeared the damage was not inflicted by an explosion but by a collision with a ship much larger than the 37-foot vessel," association spokesman Rich Roberts said in a news release early Sunday.
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Three crew members of a sailboat were found dead and a search was under way early Sunday for a fourth, in the state's second ocean racing tragedy this month.
Coast Guard boats and two aircraft as well as Mexican navy and civilian vessels were searching for the missing crew member.
Other yachts near the Coronado Islands in Mexico reported seeing debris Saturday morning. Searchers in the afternoon found the bodies and debris from the Aegean, whose home port is Redondo Beach, Coast Guard Petty Officer Henry Dunphy said
Two of the dead were recovered by a civilian boat, while the third was found by a Coast Guard helicopter. he Coast Guard said earlier that it hadn't determined what happened to the sailboat. unphy said conditions were fine for sailing, with good visibility and moderate ocean swells of 6-to-8 feet.  total of 210 boats were registered in the 65th annual yacht race, according to the Newport Ocean Sailing Association's website. It wasn't immediately clear how many finished.
The association's commodore, reached by phone in Ensenada, told The Associated Press that he didn't know the members of the Aegean or how many people were aboard.
"This has never happened in the entire 65 years of the race that I'm aware of," Chuck Iverson said. "We're all shocked by this whole event."
The names of the dead were not released pending notification of next of kin. The Coronado Islands are four small, largely uninhabited islands about 15 miles south of San Diego. The deaths come two weeks after five sailors died in the waters off Northern California when their 38-foot yacht was hit by powerful waves, smashed into rocks and capsized during a race. Three sailors survived the wreck and the body of another was quickly recovered. Four remained missing until one body was recovered last Thursday.
The deadly accident near the Farallon Islands, about 27 miles west of San Francisco, prompted the Coast Guard to temporarily stop races in ocean waters outside San Francisco Bay.
The Coast Guard said the suspension will allow it and the offshore racing community to study the accident and race procedures to determine whether changes are needed to improve safety. U.S. Sailing, the governing body of yacht racing, is leading the safety review, which is expected to be completed within the next month.
The Aegean is owned by Marina Sailing, a Southern California sailing club that rents the sailboat for $325 per day. An call to the club was not immediately returned Saturday night.

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UPDATE: Moon Shadows Drive in Malibu turned into a death investigation

23400 W Moon Shadows Dr, Malibu, CA 90265Not very often do we get news about a "death investigation alert" in the tony enclave of Malibu.  Well on early Sunday morning (1:40 a.m. to be exact) the Los Angeles Sheriff's Homicide Bureau detectives sent out a media alert that investigators responded to the 23400 block of Moon Shadows Drive to "investigate the circumstances surrounding the death of a female White adult." 

The victim was pronounced dead at the scene by Los Angeles County Fire Department Paramedics. Not many other details at this time.  Will keep my readers updated on Sunday. 


Sheriff's Homicide Bureau detectives are continuing their investigation into the circumstances surrounding the death of a woman, which occurred Saturday evening, April 28, 2012, in the 23400 block of Moon Shadows Drive, Malibu.  Detectives have learned that the 25-year-old female was found  unresponsive inside of the location by a relative. She was pronounced dead at the scene.  The cause of death will be determined by the Los Angeles County 
Department of Coroner. There is no further information available at this time. 

... If anyone has information about this incident is encouraged to contact the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department Homicide Bureau at (323) 890-5500. If you prefer to provide information anonymously, you may call "Crime Stoppers" by dialing (800) 222-TIPS (8477), or texting the letters TIPLA plus your tip to CRIMES (274637), or by using the website http://lacrimestoppers.org

Saturday, April 28, 2012

ALERT: Back on the MARK ISLER Show on KRLA 870 AM beginning at 9:30 p.m. TUNE IN!

Going to be BACK on the MARK ISLER SHOW on KRLA 870 AM to give a LIVE UPDATE about this past weeks RAIDS at the Los Angeles County Assessor's Office.

Friday, April 27, 2012

Back on the Mark Isler Show on Saturday night on 870 KRLA

Los Cerritos Community Newspaper BACK on KRLA and the Mark Isler Show on Saturday night.  Seen here from last Saturday night appearance with Mark and LCCN Publisher Brian Hews and his amazing wife Cora!
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Heads up, everyone.   Got more radio talk show appearances planned for the upcoming week....
Back on the Mark Isler Show (KRLA 870 am) on Saturday night during the 9 p.m. hour.  (Not sure of the exact time...just tune into Mark's amazing show.  I will post an update).  I got the the latest details into the Los Angeles County Assessor Raids....as well as NEW information about what's going on "behind the scenes" inside "Camp Noguez."

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This weekends Los Cerritos Community Newspaper is ON LINE NOW

This weekends edition of Los Cerritos Community Newspaper is OFF the PRESS and ON your FRONT LAWNS (i hope....)

Anyway....lots of AMAZING articles this week....all local news...from Norwalk....Cerritos....Artesia....Hawaiian Gardens...Downey.  Downey?  Huh?

Read ON!

Downey Patriot: Calling to task a "community" newspaper.

Wanted to point your attention to today's (this weekends) print edition of Los Cerritos Community Newspaper.   Publisher Brian Hews has a strong inside look at how a Downey newspaper is trying to fool legal authorities into thinking that they are "something" that they "are not."

Here is the scoop from Brian Hews:

"Downey Newspaper Filing Questionable Documents to Obtain Legal Status in Norwalk Publisher could have possibly perjured herself; Mayor Kelley, Councilman Mendez, City Manager Mike Egan, and Chamber Executive Director Vivian Hansen’s involvement questioned In an effort to secure the ability to publish legal advertisements for the city of Norwalk,"

Downey Patriot Publisher Jennifer DeKay-Givens has twisted facts and fabricated the actual publication’s date of establishment and printing of the her “new” newspaper ...

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Wednesday, April 25, 2012

'Tiny' Los Cerritos Community Newspaper makes BIG NEWS in NOGUEZ RAIDS

Brian Hews, Dave Bryan, and me..... at our "tiny" Los Cerritos Community Newspaper office....!
LCCN Publisher Brian Hews gets interviewed by KCBS Reporter Dave Bryan.....
Incredible DAY for LOS CERRITOS COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER and my Publisher Brian Hews....and myself after the "Noguez Raids" rocked the Los Angeles County Hall of Administration.  Had an AMAZING interview with KCAL and KCBS Investigative Reporter Dave Bryan about our groundbreaking expose(s) into the corruption at the Los Angeles County Assessor's Office.
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LAObserved touts Los Cerritos Community Newspaper coverage of Noguez raid today. Thanks GUYS!

I want to give a PERSONAL SHOUT OUT to the folks over at www.LAObserved.com for highlighting the hard work of Los Cerritos Community Newspaper in our investigation into the misdeeds (and now we can say the word "criminal investigation") of LA County Assessor John Noguez.  Amazing day for us here at LCCN.  Our phones have NOT stopped ringing since 8 a.m. I did have time for a quick bite with my Publisher Brian Hews over at Avenue Three over on South Street here in Cerritos.  Lemon Pepper Burger in case you are wondering....

Noguez-panel-economy.jpgQuestions about Noguez' dealings with campaign contributors and suspicious lowering of tax bills just exploded. Twelve locations were searched. The allegations are bribery and campaign money laundering. The elected official is said to be in Mexico, after the death of his father. No charges have been filed. "This is one of the most AMAZING days of my professional career as a JOURNALIST," says Randy Economy, whose paper first ran stories on Noguez. LA Times,LA Biz ObservedLA Weekly
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