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June 8, 1992 | RICHARD A. SERRANO and LESLIE BERGER, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
An angry Los Angeles Police Commission voted unanimously Sunday to seek an independent attorney to advise them on how to remove Chief Daryl F. Gates, even as indications arose that the embattled chief will announce today that he is backing down from his threat to hold up the appointment of his successor.
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June 8, 1992 | RICHARD A. SERRANO and LESLIE BERGER, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
An angry Los Angeles Police Commission voted unanimously Sunday to seek an independent attorney to advise them on how to remove Chief Daryl F. Gates, even as indications arose that the embattled chief will announce today that he is backing down from his threat to hold up the appointment of his successor.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 15, 1992 | STEPHANIE CHAVEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
U.S. Rep. Maxine Waters on Tuesday led about 20 angry residents of the Imperial Courts housing project to the Los Angeles Police Commission, where they accused police of continually harassing and abusing tenants in the sprawling complex. "Please call off the dogs," the Los Angeles Democrat told commission members. "Keep them from abusing the people." Waters and the residents alleged that, since the Nov.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 20, 1992
Stanley K. Sheinbaum's sanctimonious comments ("Adult Selfishness," Platform, Oct. 13) about education spending reek of elitist dogma. The problem with our educational system isn't how much is spent but how it is spent. The claims Sheinbaum and his liberal cronies lay to moral superiority are an offense to the parents and taxpayers of this country. KIP DELLINGER Los Angeles
MAGAZINE
July 26, 1987
The title headings for Ronald Brownstein's excellent biographical sketch of Stanley K. Sheinbaum suggest a most unfair picture to the casual reader. To portray him as "The Man Who Would Be Kingmaker" or "Former Chieftain of the Malibu Mafia" belies the story and the innate modesty, morality and commitment to goodness of Sheinbaum, one of the--if not the-- foremost civil libertarians in the nation. Frank Wilkinson National Committee Against Repressive Legislation Los Angeles
NEWS
May 5, 1987 | United Press International
A two-day, $23-million auction of contemporary art at Sotheby's galleries ended today with a score of world auction records, including $3.63 million for Willem de Kooning's "Pink Lady," tying the record for a contemporary painting and a painting by a living artist. Jackson Pollock's "November 26, 1950," consigned for sale by Hugh Hefner, went for $2.57 million, an auction record for a Pollock. "Pink Lady," consigned by Stanley K.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 5, 1992
Jesse A. Brewer, a retired Los Angeles Police Department assistant chief, was named president of the Police Commission Tuesday during the five-member panel's annual rotation of officers. Brewer, who was appointed to the commission in July, 1991, was unanimously chosen by his colleagues to take over the president's seat from Stanley K. Sheinbaum, who will remain on the commission. Attorney Michael Yamaki was chosen vice president, replacing Brewer.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 25, 1994
I have some practical suggestions regarding the American Civil Liberties Union honoring "guerrilla artist" Robbie Conal at the Brentwood home of Betty and Stanley K. Sheinbaum ("ACLU Honors," Morning Report, June 11): I recommend, seeing how fond the ACLU and the Sheinbaums are of Conal's "art," that they submit themselves to his plastering his efforts free of charge on their property any time he likes, just like Conal has done on the buildings, traffic signals and other public and private property in Los Angeles.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 20, 1992
The Los Angeles Police Commission has scheduled a special meeting on Friday to amend a report on the Police Department's controversial K9 unit. The commission is expected to discuss the way the search dogs are trained in the 17-member unit, and to add language to its report that encourages a "find and bark method" over the "find and bite" style traditionally used in the department. The 46-page report, which includes nine recommendations, was adopted Tuesday at the commission's regular meeting.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 24, 1992
Police Commissioners Stanley K. Sheinbaum and Jesse A. Brewer, two of outgoing Police Chief Daryl F. Gates' harshest critics, departed from the usual verbal warfare Tuesday at the last commission meeting before Gates retires and commended him for his years of service and department loyalty. Brewer, a retired assistant police chief, cited Gates' innovations and creativity.
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