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January 3, 1987 | Associated Press
Judges have asked the state Commission on Judicial Performance to investigate one of their colleagues who has been at work only a few hours since losing a June election while continuing to collect a $74,432 annual salary. Municipal Judge Raymond Byrne, whose term ends at midnight Sunday, has refused to comment about his absence. "As a public official in a democracy, he should have fulfilled his term in office," said Mark Tansil, who defeated Byrne at the polls. "You don't just walk off the job."
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January 7, 2007 | Brady MacDonald, Times Staff Writer
Raymond Byrnes awakens on the cold sidewalk, grips his rosary beads tight and prays for strength -- thankful to have made it through another night on Los Angeles' skid row. At 61, he has been homeless for nearly a decade, spending most of his nights at the corner of 5th Street and Gladys Avenue. At the top of 5th Street, the downtown drug corridor known as "The Nickel," the crown of the 1,000-foot-tall US Bank Tower glimmers in the black sky.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 7, 2007 | Brady MacDonald, Times Staff Writer
Raymond Byrnes awakens on the cold sidewalk, grips his rosary beads tight and prays for strength -- thankful to have made it through another night on Los Angeles' skid row. At 61, he has been homeless for nearly a decade, spending most of his nights at the corner of 5th Street and Gladys Avenue. At the top of 5th Street, the downtown drug corridor known as "The Nickel," the crown of the 1,000-foot-tall US Bank Tower glimmers in the black sky.
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January 3, 1987 | Associated Press
Judges have asked the state Commission on Judicial Performance to investigate one of their colleagues who has been at work only a few hours since losing a June election while continuing to collect a $74,432 annual salary. Municipal Judge Raymond Byrne, whose term ends at midnight Sunday, has refused to comment about his absence. "As a public official in a democracy, he should have fulfilled his term in office," said Mark Tansil, who defeated Byrne at the polls. "You don't just walk off the job."
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