Carmen Trutanich Subject of BS Threat Alert System
Political Pantloads today announced their deployment of BSTAS - the Bullshit Threat Alert System. BSTAS will initially only monitor City Attorney Carmen Trutanich and the threat level has been set to 'Severe,' which is perhaps understandably the default setting.
More ADDA 411
ADDA President Hyatt Seligman is expected to announce his endorsement of Steve Cooley for DA in 2012. "The decision to endorse my good friend Steve Cooley was not taken lightly, and in line with past ADDA procedures, no other members were consulted as they cannot agree on anything anyway." Seligman said.
Seligman was also expected to release a response to recent criticism concerning a lack of communications with members, however, we understand that the dog ate his laptop and this will cause a slight delay.
Transition Team Members Now Available
Former District Attorney Gil Garcetti, defense attorneys Larry Longo, Robert Shapiro and Mark Geragos, and former ADDA President Steve Ipsen have all announced their availability to serve on the Transition Team for the next DA of Los Angeles.
Perry Mason Blows the Whistle
In an email sent to all Los Angeles City Councilmembers this week, Perry Mason warned the Spring Street Gang of the dangers of granting City Attorney Carmen Trutanich enhanced powers under his proposed "ACE" Program. In a four hour rambling speech, Trutanich said he denied the allegations that his ACE Program was a power-grab and cash-stash, and reminded anyone still awake, that he was "just trying to do the right thing."
Richard Alarcon is Running
In an effort to avoid prosecution arising from the true location of his residence, Los Angeles Councilmember Richard Alarcon is moving to a fixer-up in Council District 1, where nobody pays attention to politics anyway.
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