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April 27, 2000 | SCOTT GLOVER and MATT LAIT, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
In an alleged frame-up that has captured the personal attention of Los Angeles County Public Defender Michael P. Judge, a mother and daughter with no criminal records say a band of rogue Los Angeles police officers planted drugs on them, stole their life savings, and took them to jail on false charges that the city attorney later used to evict them from an apartment they had lived in for more than a decade.
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April 27, 2000 | SCOTT GLOVER and MATT LAIT, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
In an alleged frame-up that has captured the personal attention of Los Angeles County Public Defender Michael P. Judge, a mother and daughter with no criminal records say a band of rogue Los Angeles police officers planted drugs on them, stole their life savings, and took them to jail on false charges that the city attorney later used to evict them from an apartment they had lived in for more than a decade.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 1, 2000 | SHAWN HUBLER
There are good reasons why nothing new came out of the Los Angeles mayor's first public Q&A on Rampart last week, good reasons why, by the last question, even the heckler from the Brown Berets looked as if he wanted a nap. Over lunch with a ballroom full of civic types, in remarks broadcast live all over Southern California, Richard Riordan, the business mayor, stuck assiduously to the corporatespeak homilies that have become the Muzak of this unspeakable scandal.
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May 4, 2003 | Lisa J. Adams, Associated Press Writer
At age 12, Raquel Guadarrama left the home of her poor, widowed mother to clean the houses of middle- and upper-class Mexican families. For 34 years, she scrubbed floors, washed dishes, hung laundry and baby-sat toddlers -- all the while cowering as employers called her stupid and sexually harassed her.
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August 4, 2004 | Reed Johnson, Times Staff Writer
Sometime soon, the ghosts of Ciudad Juarez may be coming to a movie house, TV set, bookstore, theater or CD player near you.
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