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Chicano Moratorium Press Conference 827

Chicano Moratorium Press Conference 827

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J.B. Tucker & Associates
 
 News Release
 
P.O. Box 433 Torrance CA 90508-0433
 
Tel: 310.618.9596 Fax: 310.618.1950
 
Cell: 818.720.3719 pr@janbtucker.com
 
 
Criminal Justice Columnist,
Counter Punch Magazine
 
Commentator,
Black Talk Radio
 
Public rel 
ations guru” 
--Los Angeles Times 1996
 
Former 1
st
 Vice President, LA Newspaper Guild
 
Member, CWA Local 39521, Pacific Media Workers Guild
 
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 8/23/14
 
FOR INFORMATION: Jaime Cruz, 323.687.0963
 
PRESS CONFERENCE: 8/27/14 10:30 a.m., Ruben Salazar Park (on Whittier Blvd Side), 3864 Whittier Blvd. ELA 90023
 
CHICANO MORATORIUM PRESS CONFERENCE
 
FETE COMMEMORATION THEME OF COMBATING POLICE MISCONDUCT
 
The National Chicano Moratorium Committee (NCMC) will hold a press conference to highlight the theme of this years August 30 march and rally commemorating the death of LA Times and KTLA TV news reporter Ruben Salazar at the hands of the Los  Angeles County Sheriff's Department August 29, 1970 at 10:30 a.m. on August 27, 2014 at the park which now bears Ruben F. Salazar's name, 3864 Whittier Blvd. ELA. This year's rally theme is demanding a moratorium on law enforcement misconduct. In addition to speakers from the NCMC, former Los Angeles Police Officer and Private Investigator Alex Salazar, recently returned from a week on the front lines in Ferguson, Missouri, will discuss issues of police brutality and misconduct from St. Louis, to  Albuquerque (that he also recently visited in support of demonstrations), to California. Salazar is also the investigator for the family of Sonoma County shooting victims Andy Lopez which is suing the Sonoma County Sheriffs Department over the death of their unarmed teenage son and the failure of local authorities to charge anybody in the incident.
 
 Also confirmed to speak at this time are NCMC Chairperson Jaime Cruz and California League of Latin American Citizens State Director and long time Private Investigator Jan B. Tucker.
 
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