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Los Angeles: CAIR Sheriff Sentenced to Three Years in Prison


One of the least principled law enforcement officers in the country has finally come to the end of his career, with a modicum of justice being done. Former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca has been sentenced to 3 years in prison.

Baca was a relentless supporter of Hamas-CAIR and other Muslim Brotherhood-linked organizations. However, it was Baca’s obstruction of an FBI investigation into abuses in the county’s jails that was his undoing. Apparently, this was a situation that couldn’t be made to go away with offers of deputization, introductions to celebrities, or political access.

If only Lee Baca had chosen to represent the citizens of Los Angeles, instead of the denizens of Hollywood and groups with deep pockets such as the Scientologists and Muslim Brotherhood-linked groups, things might have ended very differently for him.

“Ex-L.A. County Sheriff Lee Baca sentenced to three years in prison in jail corruption scandal,” by Joel Rubin, Los Angeles Times, May 12, 2017 (thanks to Larry):

Former Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca, once a towering, respected figure in policing, was sentenced Friday to three years in federal prison for his role in a scheme to obstruct an FBI investigation of abuses in county jails, marking an end to a corruption scandal that has roiled the Sheriff’s Department for several years.

U.S. District Judge Percy Anderson announced Baca’s fate in a downtown courtroom filled with loyal supporters on one side and the FBI agents and prosecutors who ensnared him on the other. Baca, 74 and suffering from the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease, showed no emotion as the decision was read.

Before issuing the sentence, Anderson, who has dealt unsparingly with the former sheriff throughout his legal battle and last year threw out a plea deal that would have sent Baca to prison for no more than six months, unleashed a scathing rebuke of the man who ran one of the nation’s largest law enforcement agencies for 15 years.

Excoriating Baca’s refusal to accept responsibility for having overseen and condoned the obstruction ploy carried out by subordinates, the judge portrayed him as a man driven by his desire to protect his own reputation and maintain control over the Sheriff’s Department.

“Your actions embarrass the thousands of men and women [in the department] who put their lives on the line every day,” Anderson said to Baca. “They were a gross abuse of the trust the public placed in you.”

The prison term, Anderson added, should serve as a deterrent to other public servants. “Blind obedience to a corrupt culture has serious consequences,” he said. “No person, no matter how powerful, no matter his or her title, is above the law.”

Baca was ordered to surrender to federal prison officials by July 25. Although he is expected to ask to remain free on bail while he pursues an appeal, it is an open question whether he will be allowed to do so. Anderson denied the same request from Baca’s second in command, former Undersheriff Paul Tanaka, who was forced to begin his five-year sentence.

No decision has been made on where Baca will serve his sentence. His defense attorney requested that he be assigned to a camp in Taft, Calif., or barring that, a camp in Oregon. After serving his time behind bars, Baca must also spend a year under supervised release. He was also fined $7,500….

  • Goldminer

    A Sheriff in prison, That will go well. ;)

  • Suresh

    3 years and he gets to keep the loot ? How about seizing his unaccounted assets he got from CAIR and others.

    Politicians, bureaucrats and police are on payroll of Muslim Lobbyists to further their agenda.

    Like Dems selling out American interests for thousands thrown their way by iranian Lobbyists to support nuke deal

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  • Mahou Shoujo

    Good, every crooked traitor who accepts and give bribes, deserves jail, along with the publicity of conviction.

    • John Doe

      All of his celebrity buddies and Scientologist friends will probably keep from harms way, and re-elect him and his cronies.

    • IzlamIsTyranny

      Doesn’t Baca mean fool?

  • lostlegends

    I’ll drink to this! A Jim Beam with Coke and thank you!

  • karl59

    Once Baca turned Muslim, that was the beginning of the end.

    • dad1927

      doubt he is muslim. Just a thieving parasite supporting the nazis

  • Chris Wolf

    I liked him because he let the deputies and jail staff beat the crap out of the gangbangers. It was in the course of defending himself against liberal obama DOJ busybodies that he obstructed “justice.”

    • dad1927

      proof he was not all bad

  • David F. Wiegand

    As a parishioner of the Church of Scientology, I found your comments about my church interesting, however mentioning my church alongside the Muslim Brotherhood went a bit too far I think. Additionally, the Church of Scientology has always been concerned with the well being of ALL of the citizens of Los Angeles, especially considering the many social betterment activities that the Church performs for the betterment of Los Angeles citizens. If you have specific information that indicates that Baca was aligned against the citizens of Los Angeles, please publish it.

  • dad1927
    • Steve

      Terrorism Chic versus Terrorism Bleak

  • 2muchcafe

    He should have been charged with SEDITION and TREASON for supporting the enemies of our COUNTRY.

  • IzlamIsTyranny

    I’ll bet Baca will still get to keep his generous pension (which includes lifetime medical benefits and 80% of his working salary).

  • Drew the Infidel

    He will either be sent someplace where he will be kept in “ad seg”, or administrative segregation, where he will be confined to his cell alone for 23 hours a day to prevent a jailhouse version of street justice against a former cop or to a camp housing non-violent offenders like embezzlers or jury tamperers.

  • Baca, another potential convert

    • Tonya Parnell

      State & Federal prisons are the best breeding grounds for jihad recruiting and gangs

    • knightsstrength

      Deportation needed to Sahara desert

  • IzlamIsTyranny

    I used to know an LA Sheriff’s deputy who worked under Bloch (RIP) and Baca. He made no bones about Baca being a corrupt bastage even back then.

  • Stephen Honig

    Great ending to a pristine scumbag.

  • This is very sad Day for Law Enforcement nationwide. A once felt Greatness fell to corruptions Greed for his and the Under Sheriff’s personal Gains. This hurts the Professionalism many achieve to be the Best in their Careers. That for Public and Communities they serve the thin Blue Lines Daily. I,pray that Dementia, Almerzer’s take him quickly before he serves out his sentence for his own Health. God have mercy on his Sole. One or two bad behavior is not all the others that achieve to do their Best for their communities daily to their Life in Thin Blue line of Duty sometimes. I still have great respect for the many others in LAPD/LASO That I formally worked around as a Retired Peace Officer. That worked in the area in the 1980’s to currently. This from visit to the area. I still Salute those that work daily in their Communities that are served by all Hard working Officers, Support Staffing other EMS folks needed to make it work 24/7. Peace my fellow officers do your Best your Greatness shall over come daily with God’s Help Faith to make it home safe to EOW.

    • Zeze Smith

      Thank You

  • dodger4754

    Tell Bubba I said hi!

  • Tom Pokorny

    Camp? He should not get special treatment. When you break the law,(Don`t care WHO you are),you go to jail with all of the REST of the criminals!

  • Lisa Askwit ✓ᵀᴿᵁᴹᴾ

    ONLY 3 YEARS????!!!

  • SunflowerSurfer

    Since he loves CAIR so much, let him serve his term in GITMO!

    • knightsstrength

      Dungeons of the Inquisitions

  • Clay Autery

    Should have been put up against a wall and shot…. Mmm…. where are the civil asset forfeitures?

  • RuFus92

    Nor near long enough for a crooked lawman.

  • knightsstrength

    If you got one bit of trash as a Sheriff, good chance their are others to remove. High Crime rates has to come from the top.

    So many for Trump to weed out.

  • ted towny

    Watch your behind Sheriff, you hung out with the wrong crowd.

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