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Old 08-06-2008, 09:41 PM
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Shining the light on L.A.'s blind spot on illegal immigrant gangsters, talk show host Doug McIntyre is bringing together the Bologna family from San Francisco and the Shaw family from L.A. on Thursday -- families that lost loved ones to senseless murders by illegal immigrant gangsters.

Their grief over the loss of Anthony Bologna and his two sons and Jamiel Shaw Jr. has prompted them to lead in the fight to end "sanctuary city" policies that they -- and many others believe -- have allowed criminals who should have been deported long ago to terrorize San Francisco and L.A.

After talking to the families on his KABC 790AM morning show, McIntyre is going with them to the office of Councilman Jack Weiss -- the wannabe City Attorney who has pigeon-holed Jamiel's Law in committee and refused to allow a public discussion of efforts to get tough on illegal immigrant gangsters -- some 25 percent or so of the total gang population in LA The protest is from 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 at 822 S. Robertson Boulevard, Suite 102,

Imagine if we got rid of those gangsters and started dealing with the rest with intervention programs that sorted out those who need education, training or jobs -- and those who belonged in prison.

The LAPD's and City Hall's blind spot on illegal immigrant gangsters - Ron Kaye L.A.
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