Candidate For LA City Council Continues To Lose Endorsements When Controversial Comments Come To Light
Candidate Joe Bray-Ali apologized for the comments he posted on line but the question is will it be too little too late? Peter Daut reports.
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Alleged Victims, Attorney Gloria Allred Blast Marines For Slow-Moving Investigation In Nude Photo ScandalPhotos of the female marines were circulated online without their permission. Michele Gile reports.
LA City Council Candidate In Hot Water IOver Racial, Tansphobic Comments He PostedJoe Bray-Ali saw politicians like Mitch O'Farrell pull their support after racial and transphobic comments he wrote on line about a year ago came to light. Dave Lopez reports.
Armed Suspect Involved In SWAT Situation Downtown Los AngelesNo injuries have been reported. Stu Mundel reports.

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