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THE AVERAGE annual pension and benefit package for full-career retired city employees in 2017 was $84,778.51.
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- Prop 68: A Yes vote is a reward for bad behavior
- Pernicious push polls pervert politics
- Andrew Cuomo knows what must be done about school shootings: something
- Duplicitous Sen. Josh Newman speaks against transparency pricing at the gas pump, then votes FOR it when it became clear the bill would fail
- Fullerton City Hall is closed today for another three-day weekend
- Jane Rands on Non-elected California Energy Commission’s vote could add up to $30,000 to the cost of new houses
- George Clemens on Time to terminate Townsend
- Josh Ferguson on Time to terminate Townsend
- Sean Paden on Council votes not to take a stance on Department of Justice lawsuit
- Gretchen Cox on Council votes not to take a stance on Department of Justice lawsuit
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Category Archives: Video
Kelly Thomas, who died during a violent arrest in Fullerton four years ago this July, was remembered Sunday. Elsa Ramon of CBS Los Angeles reports:
KNBC (4) had a camera crew at the meeting and broadcast this video. KCBS/KCAL (2/9) was there, too, and this was their report. KTLA (5) was also there and this was their segment. KABC (7) didn’t send a crew, but … Continue reading
By Paul Detrick, Reason TV | Last week, a jury acquitted two Fullerton police officers accused in the beating and death of Kelly Thomas, a homeless man with schizophrenia. That the the jury reached a “not guilty” verdict despite viewing … Continue reading
Orange County Register | Radio personalities “John and Ken” broadcast their popular drive-time show just steps from City Hall on Wednesday, drumming up support for a recall campaign aimed at three City Council members because of perceptions of their handling … Continue reading
Full Disclosure Network interviews Fullerton City Council Member Bruce Whitaker, who describes how his efforts were stonewalled by the city bureaucracy when he sought to get to the truth regarding the death of Kelly Thomas, who was beaten to death … Continue reading
Chief Michael Sellers, who is currently on medical leave, never moved to Fullerton as required by his employment contract. KTLA’s David Begnaud’s filed this report Thursday night: SAN CLEMENTE — Fullerton Police Chief Michael Sellers, who has been on medical … Continue reading
Fullerton’s embattled police chief Michael Sellers is extending his leave of absence once again and taxpayers are getting tired of footing the bill. Stacey Butler reports: (If the video is not appearing below, click here.)
Randi Kaye talks to the consultant Fullerton is calling in to review its Police Department and Kelly Thomas’ death:
The case of Kelly Thomas, the homeless man who died last month after a confrontation with Fullerton police, is not just a human tragedy. It has also become a political football. FOX 11′s John Schwada has the full story in … Continue reading
KTLA: Councilmember Whitaker calls for Attorney General to get involved in Kelly Thomas investigation
Fullerton Councilmember Bruce Whitaker has called for California’s attorney general to get involved in the investigation of Kelly Thomas death, and city manager Joe Felz has called for an independent review of the involvement of the six FPD officers. David … Continue reading