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LAUSD Belmont Learning Center Scandal: Full Disclosure Network (R) Cable & Internet TV Series


Los Angeles, CA. The Full Disclosure Network(R) series entitled, “Belmont: The Black Hole of School Construction” is being re-released to 43 cable television systems throughout the months of July through September. The series, hosted by Emmy Award winner Leslie Dutton, will also be available, on demand, 24/7 to subscribers to the Full Disclosure Network’s (R) online service.

A FREE three minute preview, on the scandalous public school project, can be seen here 24/7, on demand, as a public service. Also featured ia an aerial photo of the 30+ acre site where the half a $billion dollar plus project is still being constructed over a decade after the project began.

The preview features exclusive video clips from interviews with many of the major players involved in the planning, development, financing and investigations of the notorious Belmont Learning Center, in the L. A. Unified School District, (LAUSD) they are:

Steve Cooley , L.A. County District Attorney
Jim McConnell, LAUSD Cheif Facilities Executive
Anthony Patchett, Belmont Prosecutor, Special Asst. D.A. (ret)
Don Mullinax, Inspector General L.A. Unified School District
Roger Carrick. Special Legal Counsel to Inspector General
Scott Wildman. Former Chairman CA Legislative Audit Committee
Dominic Shambra, Director Planning & Development LAUSD
David Cartwright, Sr. Partner O’Melveny & Myers, (former outside legal counsel to LAUSD)
Dr. Kaye Kilburn, USC Keck School of Medicine, Edgington Chair

Belmont was only partially complete and had an estimated cost of $175 million to $228 million when approximately 60% of the brand new and never occupied buildings were demolished in December 2004. The Full Disclosure Network was the only media to cover and videotape the never publicized demolition.

After a decade of controversy, investigations, lawsuits, demolition and revisions, Belmont is still incomplete but being expanded.

Full Disclosure network(R) programs have been billed as “the news behind the news” for the past fifteen years. In 2002 the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences presented a local public affairs Emmy to the program for special series entitled “L. A.’s War Against Terrorism.


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