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“Watchdog or Lapdog?” (1991 Revisited)

[ed. After talking to a veteran comrade about our most recent posts (on Sheriff Baca, Fullerton and the LAPD), he dug through his archives and produced the following long-form article about police accountability, originally published in 1991 in “Minority Trendsletter,” a … Continue reading

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Why We Go: On Taking the “I” Out of Nietzsche and Becoming Wetzscheans Together

If you were in the streets of Fullerton on Saturday, January 18th, 2014 – you assuredly encountered a strange tension. No, it didn’t come from the Fullerton Police, who made a tactical decision to avoid any overt presence at the … Continue reading

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We Go

  With sadness tinged with hope… There’s a quote at the top of our blog that merits some consideration today, on this all-too-quiet morning after a jury in Orange County acquitted two Fullerton pigs, Manuel Ramos and Jay Cicinelli, in the … Continue reading

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