The LAPD Told the LA Times to Fire Me (Part 2 of 3)

On July 27, 2015, the Los Angeles Times fired me as its long-time editorial cartoonist. The reason given was their belief, based on a secret LAPD audiotape of my 2001 arrest for jaywalking, that I lied about my treatment by the police officer in a May 11, 2015 blog for the Times. However, when I had the tape enhanced and cleaned up, it proved I’d told the truth. So why won’t the Times comment or admit they were wrong?

2 thoughts on “The LAPD Told the LA Times to Fire Me (Part 2 of 3)

    • It seems a toss up to me. Officialdom sycophants they are, but it’s just as likely they always believe authority as it is they don’t care about principles such as truth, integrity, and justice. But I repeat myself.

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