CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 18, 1989 |
A former San Diego police officer pleaded not guilty Monday to a felony charge of perjury after he allegedly lied in court about his arrest of a drug suspect. John Doulette, a police officer for two years until his termination, is charged with lying on the witness stand about his procedures leading to the arrest of a man on suspicion of possessing cocaine. Because of Doulette's allegedly false testimony last year, the charges against Paul D. Bogus were dismissed. The state attorney general's office entered the case in March and filed the perjury charge against Doulette.
April 5, 2009 |
AT SKY BLUE FC Time: 1 p.m. PDT. On the air: None. Where: TD Bank Ballpark in Bridgewater, N.J. Records: Sol 1-0-0, Sky Blue 0-0-0. Record vs. Sky Blue: Debut season. Update: Having won the inaugural Women's Professional Soccer game by defeating the Washington Freedom, 2-0, in Carson on Sunday, the Sol in midweek further strengthened its attack. Coach Abner Rogers added former Arizona State striker Liz Bogus to his roster as a developmental player. Bogus, 25, scored 31 goals and assisted on 18 others in her four years at Arizona State, where she was a teammate of Sol midfielder/defender Manya Makoski.
March 21, 1993
Shame on CBS for its uncritical airing of "The Incredible Discovery of Noah's Ark" (Feb. 20), a bit of crank biblical apologetics that should have been identified as such. The program was laced with bogus science and misrepresentations of the most flagrant kind and should have been identified as such. "Noah's Ark" took advantage of the general public's ignorance and perpetuated it. Louis A. Mok, Los Angeles
July 13, 1996
I noticed in Allan Malamud's column that USC was proudly proclaiming that 71% of all their student-athletes and 75% of the football players were now graduating. That is an amazing accomplishment. I just have to wonder, however, how many of those graduates took that automatic A class that required neither attendance nor test taking. By the way, whatever happened to that NCAA and Pac-10 investigation into that bogus class? GREG HUYSMAN Fullerton Editor's note: The Pac-10 investigation continues.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 28, 2011 |
A San Fernando Valley doctor and evangelical minister who federal prosecutors said used bogus herbal medications to offer false hope to dozens of people suffering from diseases such as cancer and Alzheimer's was found guilty Tuesday of nearly a dozen federal charges. Twenty-eight victims or family members of victims who died while taking the products testified against Christine Daniel, 57, who was found guilty Tuesday on four counts of mail and wire fraud, six counts of tax evasion related to income tax filings as well as one count of witness tampering.
February 18, 2001 |
There's a star on the stage of the Great Western Forum. Immaculately dressed as always, 6-foot-1, tanned, not a hair out of place, he is a veteran of such very public appearances. In seminar after seminar, convention after convention, he has captivated thousands of people around the world with his charisma, sincerity and enthusiasm. But this appearance, on Feb. 19, 2000, is something special for Mark Reynolds Hughes.