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January 23, 2008 | Christine Hanley and Stuart Pfeifer, Times Staff Writers
The state attorney general is reviewing whether interim Orange County Sheriff Jack Anderson broke the law by appearing in uniform while trying to dissuade the San Clemente City Council from endorsing a former sheriff's lieutenant as a replacement for indicted Sheriff Michael S. Carona, who later resigned. During a council meeting in November, shortly after Carona was indicted on corruption charges, Anderson, then an assistant sheriff, told the council members that Lt.
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March 29, 1994 | GEBE MARTINEZ, TIMES POLITICAL WRITER
Adding his voice to the outrage over the carjacking and murder of two teen-age college students from Japan, Gov. Pete Wilson on Monday urged the state Legislature to reconsider a law calling for the death penalty for those who commit murder during a carjacking. During one of two speeches in Orange County to push his anti-crime package, Wilson criticized the Legislature for failing last year to pass the death penalty law for carjackings and drive-by shootings.
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January 22, 1985 | BILL BOYARSKY, Times City-County Bureau Chief
Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley praised organized labor on Monday for providing temporary shelter to Skid Row's homeless, then exchanged charges on rapid transit with his campaign rival, Councilman John Ferraro. Bradley drove to Skid Row for a press conference celebrating the opening today of a shelter at 5th and San Julian streets.
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