California Attorney General Jerry Brown admits he illegally records calls

Friday, October 30, 2009

The top force against Proposition 8 admitted that he tapes phone calls with reporters without consent, violating Penal Code Section 632. The Chronicle had revealed that Jerry Brown made concessions in a key ballot measure to car insurance companies after the Mercury General insurance firm gave $13,000 to Brown's campaign.


Brown blocked attempts to shield voters from intimidation
Brown called for the Fairness Doctrine to shutup critics
Brown told courts to overthrow proposition 8
San Franisco Chronicle praised Brown's attacks on the people's right to vote
Brown has a life-time of corruption.

This guy is an Attorney General?? No wonder California is tanking!


Anonymous said...


Anonymous said...

This guy is gorged with corruption. Remember the whole Norman Hsu affair?
It's people like him that make me want to move out of this state.

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