Bejarano Coming to town to Defend Hadsell in Lawsuit
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#1 Nov 12, 2011
Well I guess Hadsell didn't remember how good a job Bejarano did against the attempt to file a complaint on Pacheco a few years back. It went no where but out to the trash can. Bejarano even screwed his own father by allowing him to take a deposition that buried his dads political career and anthonys career at his first law firm by illegally using the firms letter head to represent his dumb daddy.
We vote to have Bejarano be a on call idiot legal rep for the city this way when
the city loses the lawsuit it will hurry the bankruptcy filing and speed up the firing of Hadsell and acting police chief Vejay Singajerk.
Please vote Benejerk on board we love it.
#2 Nov 13, 2011
This is funny. Hey Hadsell I hope he gets his revenge Let me rem,ind you of what happened.
By Jennifer McLain on September 23, 2008 10:26 AM
There is little to update today about Anthony Bejarano, the Baldwin Park councilman who was arrested on Friday for alleged public intoxication.
As a side note, Bejarano was replaced last week on the Metrolink Board of Directors. Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa made two new appointments to the board following the fatal crash on Sept. 12, according to the LA Times.
Here is the follow-up story today that ran about what is going on with the police report taken when Councilman Anthony Bejarano was arrested on Friday.
Review sought in arrest of Baldwin Park councilman
Bejarano claims being targeted for opposing police salary hikes
By Jennifer McLain, Staff Writer
Article Launched: 09/22/2008 11:23:57 PM PDT
BALDWIN PARK - Councilman Anthony Bejarano's arrest Friday on suspicion of public intoxication has him and another city leader questioning the integrity of the Police Department.
Councilman Ricardo Pacheco alleged a possible cover-up in the release of Bejarano, who was arrested - but not cited or charged - on Friday for allegedly being drunk in public.
Bejarano, however, believes he was unfairly targeted because of his opposition to salary increases requested by the Police Officers Association.
Chief Lili Hadsell said both accusations are unfounded and believes the arrest has been "blown out of proportion."
"I don't believe that he was unfairly targeted. He was not given special treatment," Hadsell said. "It was a drunk-in-public arrest. We need to just let it go and finish the investigative part of it."
Those arrested for being drunk in public are commonly released without a citation or charges filed, Hadsell said.
City and police officials are now awaiting the police report before deciding how to proceed. Hadsell said she did not expect the report to be released until next week because she was going out of town for a work-related conference.
Chief Executive Officer Vijay Singhal said he is still trying to figure out all the details.
"We have different versions coming from different people," Singhal said. "We need to follow the process, and unless it is completed, no one can say for sure what happened."
Bejarano was booked on suspicion of public intoxication shortly after 10 p.m. on Ramona Boulevard near La Rica Avenue.
The incident began when an officer stopped to investigate a white, four-door sedan stopped in the middle of Ramona Boulevard with two pedestrians standing nearby. One of those pedestrians was Bejarano.
The driver, 31-year-old Collin Spencer of Monrovia, allegedly moved the car a short distance in the presence of the officer and was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving.
Bejarano and 32-year-old Jose Diaz of Monrovia were arrested on suspicion of public intoxication as they appeared drunk and were standing in the middle of a major roadway.
Bejarano, an attorney, said he was handcuffed after he told Spencer he had constitutional rights and didn't have to answer the officers' questions.
"I was immediately arrested after that statement," Bejarano said.
Bejarano said he had been drinking earlier in the night Friday but was not intoxicated when he was arrested.
On Monday, Bejarano said he believes there is already an investigation into the handling of the incident.
"At worse, it was a case of some kind of political retaliation," Bejarano said. "At best, it was a misunderstanding."
Pacheco said he plans on discussing the item in public once he gets a copy of the police report.
He also said he believes charges should be brought against Bejarano.
"I still need the facts, but if these allegations are true, and if the chief doesn't want to take action, there are other measures of the law," Pacheco said. "Like going to the District Attorney's office."
#3 Nov 13, 2011
Hadsel you have a drunken fool for a lawyer.
Can you please inform the public why you are being sued. WAS IT SEXUAL HARASSMENT.
and please keep us updated.
#4 Nov 13, 2011
There's a reason why they call drinking a self-destructive behavior. It affects your judgment, inhibition and decision-making.
I think we should all send Anthony a case of THUNDERBIRD.
He will be defending Hadsel and the opposing attorney's will be funded by the police union.
Funny Hell Yes.
Old Anthony will be drunk on his ass again before this is over.
#5 Nov 14, 2011
Wait until Amijo newspaper gets all those tweeter messages in this months edition that will be better than what his law firm will do to him. Hey as your butt buddy Lozano says you go BOY.
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