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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 3, 1988
I was appalled when I read the story of the two state employees whose employment was suspended because they acted to prevent destruction of evidence in the FBI sting operation. I applaud them for their ethical standards of conduct. The exercise of ethics in government is a rare commodity which should be rewarded, not reprimanded. CHARLES L. YOUDE Carlsbad
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 3, 1988
In response to "State Suspends 2 Who Saved Tapes for FBI," front page, Sept. 23: Rather than suspending the two computer center employees who seem to have acted with ethical restraint, the state should suspend those officials who gave the orders to erase the tapes. Each should be required to explain his decision before a neutral board of inquiry to determine his competence to hold positions involving the public trust! P. HANSEN Glendale
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 28, 1988
Are we ever going to learn whether the fish caught in the Sacramento FBI sting net represented 100% or 1% of those to whom the bait was thrown? It matters to me. JEANETTE BELLO Los Angeles
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November 9, 1988 | LEO C. WOLINSKY, Times Staff Writer
Forces loyal to embattled Democratic Speaker Willie Brown appeared to have ousted three Republican incumbents Tuesday hung in an election critical to Brown's political future. Meanwhile, the political future of Assembly GOP leader Pat Nolan (R-Glendale) was in doubt after his apparent failure to hold the line against Democratic challengers.
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