|By PR Newswire||
|January 29, 2014 06:07 AM EST||
WASHINGTON, Jan. 29, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Watch the 1-minute preview video of a Full Disclosure Network(R) TV-Internet Series featuring Los Angeles Sheriff Sgt. Richard Valdemar (ret.), an International Gang Specialist, in the third of three segments of Part 2, "Citizens, Taxpayers & Illegal Immigrants." Valdemar questions which federal entity will oversee processing, given previous failures, time constraints, and background checks allowing many people in that are not acceptable because of criminal records. He is concerned that the one thing promised, closing the border, hasn't been done. Valdemar proclaims that this is America, where we write our own policy and take the right direction. Watch the video and full segment here: http://www.fulldisclosure.net/2014/01/millions-swamp-process-645-3/
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The Emmy Award-winning Full Disclosure Network(R) is "the news behind the news," focusing on the crucial issues confronting the U.S. today. Experts in diverse fields present their observations of local, state, federal and international actions and policies that directly affect the public. The wide range of subjects include Kevin James, former U.S. prosecutor, radio personality, "Gangs, L.A. City Council Politics & Illegal Immigration"; LASD Sgt. Richard Valdemar (ret.), "Drug Cartels Infiltrate Local Politics"; Paul Orfanedes, Litigation Director, Judicial Watch, "ACLU Collides with the First Amendment"; and many more informative, one-on-one interviews. Since 1992, the Full Disclosure Network(R) programming has been featured on public cable channels and on the Internet at www.Fulldisclosure.net
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