Friday, October 28, 2016

Commission rules Los Feliz police shooting justified; check out your Shepard Fairey-designed library card

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MOrning Report

  • The Police Commission determined that last year’s police shooting of unarmed Walter William DeLeon in Los Feliz was justified. LAPD said that officers believed that 48-year-old DeLeon was holding a gun wrapped in a towel, a claim supported by several other several witnesses. But those claims were refuted by DeLeon’s attorney, who has filed a suit over the case. DeLeon suffered major injuries and was left disabled as a result of the June 2015 shooting. L.A. Now & Los Feliz Ledger
  • The L.A. Public Library unveiled a limited-edition library card designed by artists Shepard Fairey, whose studio is located in Echo Park, and Cleon Peterson. The card features an illustration of the Central Library library building, which was constructed 90 years ago. LAPL
  • A Boyle Heights couple said they will challenge their landlord who claims their family’s two youngest children are unauthorized tenants. KTLA
  • The British publication The Guardian weighs on the tensions surrounding the gentrification of Boyle Heights. The Guardian (h/t Curbed L.A.)
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