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And, now, we’re seeing the ouster of the Oakland Police Chief, as news breaks of police officers in various police agencies engaging in sexual relations with an under-aged prostitute.  Communications evidence reported by two investigative journalists show text messages from police officers to a prostitute warning her of police prostitution stings in Oakland.  Free speech radio’s UpFront spoke with “the two investigative journalists who blew open the story.”  Listen (and/or download) here. [1]

UPDATE:  Free speech radio’s Hard Knock Radio spoke with Kat Brooks (from Anti-Police Terror Project about the latest corruption scandal involving police and the ouster of the Oakland Police Chief.  Listen (and/or download) here. [2]



[Working draft transcript of actual radio broadcast by Messina for Lumpenproletariat and UpFront.]

UPFRONT—[14 JUN 2016]  [pending]

Learn more at UPFRONT.

[This transcript will be expanded as time constraints, and/or demand or resources, allow.]


[1]  UPFRONT—[14 JUN 2016] The abrupt resignation of Oakland’s police chief was swiftly followed by news of a sex and  prostitution scandal involving multiple officers from multiple agencies, some sergeants and captains, some trading sex for warnings about stings. So: how widespread was it? How high up did the cover-up reach? And is it unusual, or just unusually public? We speak to the two investigative journalists who blew open the story.


  • Darwin BondGraham, staff writer at the East Bay Express
  • Ali Winston, freelance investigative journalist specializing in policing and surveillance.


[16 JUN 2016]

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