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Los Angeles, CA The District Attorney and Los Angeles Superior Court apparently have the same policy as LAPD’s “don’t ask, don’t tell” Special Order 40 on illegal immigrant criminals. Here are their official statements on explaining why they are not concerned with illegal immigrant criminals in their system. Watch 3 min video here:

In this Full Disclosure® Reality News Series the parents of slain high school football star Jamiel Shaw II, describe the circumstances of the cold blooded murder of their son just three doors from their home. They tell how the arrested murder suspect, Pedro Espinosa, is an 18th Street gang member who should have been deported because he was in the country illegally and had been released early from L.A. County jail for his latest conviction on assault and weapons charges. It appears the state courts, the District Attorney, and the juvenile justice system all ignore immigration status of criminals.

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Both Jamiel Shaw, Sr. and U.S. Army Anita Shaw reveal the unusual and unexpected reactions from elected officials in Los Angeles following their endorsement of a new law (Jamiel’s Law) to change what they say is an unacceptable policy known as LAPD’s Special Order 40. That policy prohibits police officers from asking criminal alien gang members if they are in the United States legally.

* U.S. Army Sgt. Anita Shaw: “It started with the Mayor’s office, then Herb Wesson and the City Council” “We got the brush job from them, they didn’t want to hear us”
* Jamiel Shaw, Sr., “Councilman Herb Wesson sent for us, he said shhh, do you know you are going to open up a hornets nest? People will be picketing..”


 Illegal Alien Gangs
 L A District Attorney
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 Los Angeles Officials
 Jamiel Shaw Murder

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