Media icon Brian Mulligan was lucky to be alive after brutality at the hands of the LAPD. This is Part 1 in a series about how far the LAPD will go to influence the press and undermine the judicial system to shield its officers from claims of brutality and misconduct. Between the time of his beating and the time he sued, his story grew into a wild new animal where the Mulligan was falsely portrayed as a drug addict, and the LAPD officers were portrayed as victims of Mulligan. The media has assisted the LAPD in blaming and re-traumatizing a trauma victim in a way that has changed his life forever. Shocking but true. And it could happen to you.[continue reading...]
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Media icon Brian Mulligan was lucky to be alive after brutality at the hands of the LAPD. This is Part 1 in a series about how far the LAPD will go to influence the press and undermine the judicial system to shield its officers from claims of brutality and misconduct. Between the time of his beating and the time he sued, his story grew into a wild new animal where the Mulligan was falsely portrayed as a drug addict, and the LAPD officers were portrayed as victims of Mulligan. The media has assisted the LAPD in blaming and re-traumatizing a trauma victim in a way that has changed his life forever. Shocking but true. And it could happen to you.