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Mayor agrees with police commission

Mayor Villaraigosa voiced his support today for the commission's decision to no longer release names of LAPD officers involved in shootings. But he isn't too happy that the commission''s executive director nudged the Police Protective League — the union for officers — to sue if the names kept being disclosed. Meanwhile, the league's president Bob Baker issued a statement endorsing the commissioo's new stance, and in the blog realm Mack Reed at LAVoice retorts "privacy, my ass."


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