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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 15, 1985
This is in response to your news item (July 5), "Informant in Police Theft Scandal Put on Probation." As a former law enforcement officer, I am outraged at the disposition of the Hollywood Division burglary case. Much could be said about the required virtues of police officers vis-a-vis the law. Suffice it to say that they should not, themselves, break the law since it is they who are the models for each new generation. But, unfortunately, despite careful screening, a bad apple or two turn up once in awhile.
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October 18, 1993 | DEBORA VRANA
For 13 years as a Secret Service agent, Jurg Mattman helped protect the President of the United States. Now, Mattman works to prevent acts of violence from occurring at Southern California's increasingly hazardous workplaces. In June, Mattman formed the Workplace Violence Research Institute in Newport Beach, which counsels worried executives faced with terminating a worker they fear could be a danger to other employees.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 25, 1986 | VICTOR VALLE, Times Staff Writer
Hands Across America is "running in the black," organizers said Thursday, but it could certainly use a few million more helping hands. With just one month to go, the May 25 hand-holding event designed to raise $100 million to aid America's homeless and hungry, is still five million pairs of hands short, they acknowledge.
NEWS
July 27, 1998 | MELISSA HEALY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In early 1996, the man now accused of fatally shooting two Capitol police officers earned himself a place on an exclusive list. After Russell Eugene Weston Jr. repeatedly threatened President Clinton in conversations with friends and acquaintances, Secret Service agents appeared on his doorstep to figure out whether he had the means to make good on his boasts.
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