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Oxnard’s Civil Gang Injunction

Oxnard’s Civil Gang Injunction

    By Armando Vazquez    Courts through California have confirmed what we knew back in 2004 that the original language of the many Civil “Gang” Injunctions were recklessly created together and were fatally flawed and unconstutional. They uniformly trampled on the due process rights of the enjoined. Today many California counties and municipalities are […]

Big Little Lies in Oxnard | The Continued Assassination of Trust and Trust

Big Little Lies in Oxnard | The Continued Assassination of Trust and Trust

    By Armando Vazquez        Recently and at warp speed Oxnard has turned the old political/mafia axiom on its head. In Chiques our enemies are pathetically transparent as self-serving ego maniacs, thus very predictable and rather easy to keep close and monitored; it is our fair weather political “friends” that we are […]

My Latest Father’s Day Ruminations 2019

My Latest Father’s Day Ruminations 2019

    By Armando Vazquez                                                                   Coming on my 70 years here in Oxnard, here on earth, these are some of my latest thoughts […]

Police Chief Scott Whitney’s Response to Accusations of the Unconstitutionally of Civil Gang Injunctions

Police Chief Scott Whitney’s Response to Accusations of the Unconstitutionally of Civil Gang Injunctions

    By Chief of Police Scott Whitney, Oxnard Related Op-ed: The Unconstitutional Oxnard Civil Gang Injunctions are a Fear Mongering Fraud and must be Rescinded! It’s not easy reading an incoherent, rambling, and misleading document. It’s also disappointing, but not surprising, to hear the same tired, shallow, and untrue allegations. There are no “cornered […]

The Unconstitutional Oxnard Civil Gang Injunctions are a Fear Mongering Fraud and must be Rescinded!

The Unconstitutional Oxnard Civil Gang Injunctions are a Fear Mongering Fraud and must be Rescinded!

. . By Armando Vazquez      Around 2004 in the ill-conceived and secretive development and eventual rollout of The Oxnard Civil Gang Injunctions, we know now, that there was massive, abusive, and illegal overreach by the Ventura County Districts Attorney’s Office and the Oxnard Police Department. Today, like cornered rats awaiting the inevitable death […]

A Historic, Monumental Victory to the Power of the People

A Historic, Monumental Victory to the Power of the People

    By Armando Vazquez                                                                                                      […]

Birthday Ruminations on Family, Love, Life, and Death

Birthday Ruminations on Family, Love, Life, and Death

    By Armando Vazquez I have two very different, eclectic friends I love dearly. One is a medical doctor and the other a world-renowned Ph.D. professor of education. The three of us are going on 70 and lately we seem to be talking about death. The former not long ago had a life-threatening heart […]

The Oxnard Civil “Gang” Injunction is Dead

The Oxnard Civil “Gang” Injunction is Dead

By Armando Vazquez, Founding member of CORE  & the Acuna Art Gallery and Community Collective   October 18, 2018                                              Chiques Organizing for Rights and Equality (CORE) has learned from recent news reported in the […]

Response to Armando Vazquez’s Diatribes Against Oxnard PD’s Gang Injunction Program | Rebuttal and Constructive Criticism

Response to Armando Vazquez’s Diatribes Against Oxnard PD’s Gang Injunction Program | Rebuttal and Constructive Criticism

    By Tim Bond   After all the editorials Armando Vasquez had published here on civil gang injunctions in Oxnard, he never seemed to provide a single example of tangible harm done to any person enjoined by the injunctions.   No case of false arrest, no description or names of falsely detained persons, and […]

Final Chapter | Oxnard’s Civil ‘Gang’ Injunctions are Unconstitutional

Final Chapter | Oxnard’s Civil ‘Gang’ Injunctions are Unconstitutional

    By Armando Vazquez, Founding member of CORE  & the Acuna Art Gallery and Community Collective                                                          This is the final; and most important of my editorial series […]

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