District of california, at the request of the police department, and the maintenance of the community in the dark about the students ‘ alleged MS-13 activity: a report

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Students, parents, and teachers at a California high school and community, and the expression of it this week, after it was found that the operators follow the instructions of the police and kept them in the dark about their classmates, who are reportedly linked to the violent MS-13’s activities, a report says.

In the community, in the view of high School, told the Los Angeles Times, they received very little to no detail, to the officers of justice, announced last week, of murder and extortion against 22 suspected members of MS-13 clique in the Los Angeles area. Six of the Panorama of students, the paper adds, to be held in February of 2018, with no explanation. They are then assigned to the off-campus death of a classmate and another individual, allegedly carried out by the school, researchers have revealed.

“I was just afraid of the gag order by [Los Angeles Unified School District] and the GAME could pose a danger to students,” Vincent Nicoletti, a former teacher, told the Los Angeles Times.

A law enforcement official, who spoke to the newspaper on condition of anonymity, said of MS-13 had a “major presence” in a Panorama in high School, but didn’t have to give up a certain number of members are believed to be connected to get the college students out there.

Prosecutors say the pictures show the MS-13 gang as they stood in the forest, holding a machete and flashing a gang sign, a flashing sign is a gang
(Los Angeles, U. s. Attorney’s Office.)


The killing of a 16-year-old student, Brayan Andino commercial center – one of seven homicides to which the plaintiffs claim to be members of MS-13 clique are responsible for it — was done in October 2017.

The quarter is not information that is released about the death of her studies for more than 20 months, the officials said, because the police asked them to keep it under wraps.

Administrators “have consistently and proactively asked by the POLICE to the information about the various developments that can be shared with a view to motivate students and staff,” a district spokeswoman told the Los Angeles Times. “We have been advised that we do not have to provide information to the public, because of the ongoing investigation.”

Captain William P. Hayes, the commanding officer of the Los Angeles Police department’s Robbery-Homicide Division, said of the reasoning behind it was that the police “are very concerned about the flight risk of the accused, and the loss of essential information.”

Nicoletti told the Los Angeles Times that he was a detective in May of last year, in order to find out what the hell was going on after hearing the details of Andino’s death.

The officers of the law enforcement agencies, according to the newspaper, say, Andino, was lured by a female classmate to the Lake at Balboa Park before being beaten and stabbed to death and his remains are dumped in a canyon.


Nicoletti claims that the day after he is out of police, school officials suspended him for “interfering with the investigation.”

Hayes said the police department was concerned about the impact of the installation of a gag order, but I can’t tell you what is in the community, because no one else is in the view of the High School, it was thought to be in danger.

None of the murders or crimes committed on the campus,” he told the Los Angeles Times. “It was all of the off-campus stuff.”

However, the students and their parents on Panorama on Monday to say that they will need to be logged in.

The school, which is a 16-year-old junior, told the Los Angeles Times, “it should have told us what was going on.”


As a parent whose daughter attends the privately-operated charter school, Panorama campus, added that, “it makes me feel a little bit more careful about what I want to do next year.”

One of Andino commercial center and former teachers, the Great Medina, told the Los Angeles Times that, “I felt like there was a fear among the students, because no one would talk about it.”

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