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Full Disclosure Network Reality TV Series Tackles DA Cooley Tactics, Reveals Unofficial Investigation on Video.


Los Angeles, CA May 16, 2008 -- Is it a co-incidence that it has been almost 20 years, since the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s office prosecuted a big dollar, white collar crime? Or could it be there are no more big corruption cases or major crimes committed by powerful and prominent people in Los Angeles? According to Steve Ipsen, a 22 year veteran Deputy District Attorney, corruption in Los Angeles County is alive and well.

In a Full Disclosure Network® two-part Reality Cable TV Series, Deputy District Attorney Steve Ipsen and Albert Robles a Constitutional attorney are featured presenting their views as to why the tactics and practices of Los Angeles County District Attorney Steve Cooley have created an environment of corruption in Los Angeles, and the primary reasons why they are challenging his re-election bid on the June 2008 ballot. Steve Cooley declined to be interviewed by Full Disclosure or to provide any pre- recorded video statements to be inserted into this series on the topics addressed.

Also, in one segment of the series, the television host re-enacts an “unofficial” interrogation by DA investigators who appeared, unannounced at the cable tv show’s offices. The unauthorized investigation of the Full Disclosure cable tv network is but one of the six segments in the series featuring Steve Ipsen, President of the Association of Deputy District Attorneys and Albert Robles and elected member of the Southern California Water Replenishment Board.

The series can be seen on L.A. Cable Channel 36 this Sunday and on 45 other cable systems and the Internet as follows:

Sunday, May 18, 2008 8-9 p.m.
Monday, May 19, 2008 4-5 p.m.
Other Channels & Airtimes:

Watch a seven minute preview online at this URL:

The full two-part programs are available FREE from the website (for the next three weeks) at the following URL:

Steve Ipsen, told Full Disclosure “The corruption that exists in the county, that I’m aware of, is with the District Attorney’s office”

Albert Robles, told Full Disclosure that Cooley “has refused to prosecute the pedophiles and child molesters that work and still work in the Catholic Church”

Since 1992 the Full Disclosure Network® programs have been produced by Emmy Award winning host Leslie Dutton and Producer T. J. Johnston. In 2002, the Full Disclosure® special series “L.A.’s War Against Terrorism” was recognized by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences with a local Emmy Award for a public affairs, informational series. Channels and airtimes can be found on the website at


 Los Angeles Corruption
 Steve Ipsen
 Albert Robles
 District Attorney Cooley
 L. A. County Elections

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