Taking bribes – This is betrayal, this is treason, this is discrimination
Taking bribes to allow drugs, people, bombs, guns, weapons is now known to be going on, or at least we know about the drugs. But what happens when TSA supervisors and management point the finger at the orthodox Jew, because he stereotypical cannot be trusted when it comes to money, and would surely be the first to take a bribe. What happens when they harass the Jew every day, saying “I don’t trust you”, “I know you would take a bribe”, “I don’t trust Jews”. Coincidentally this happened at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), the same airport that bribes did occur.
While the discrimination’s were reported every day, the submitted complaint forms were destroyed, while the verbal complaints were ignored.
While taking bribes really happened at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), the orthodox Jew was not involved in taking bribes. The Jew was involved with being discriminated against.
André Birotte Jr was sworn in as United States Attorney for the Central District of California on March 4, 2010.
Prior to his appointment to this post, Mr. Birotte was the Inspector General of the Los Angeles Police Commission since 2003.
He holds an undergraduate degree from Tufts University and a law degree from Pepperdine University School of Law. Following law school, he worked as a deputy public defender in Los Angeles, where he represented indigent clients charged with felony and misdemeanor offenses in more than 30 trials.
He joined the U.S. Attorney’s Office in 1995 where for four years as an Assistant U.S. Attorney he investigated and prosecuted numerous violent crime, fraud and narcotics trafficking cases. He then joined the litigation firm of Quinn, Emanuel, Urquhart, Oliver & Hedges, representing clients in white-collar crime and commercial litigation cases.
He is a member of the Langston Bar Association, serving on its board of directors from 1992 through 2003. He also serves as a judge pro tem for the Los Angeles Superior Court. He is a member of the Los Angeles County Bar Association’s Judicial Appointments Committee and Criminal Justice Executive Committee. He has taught legal writing and advocacy at the University of Southern California Law School.