And if all others accepted the lie which the LAPD imposed—if all records told the same tale—then the lie passed into history and became truth. ‘Who controls the past’ ran the LAPD slogan, ‘controls the future: who controls the present controls the past.'”

The greater the truth, the greater the libel.

[L.A.P.D. Detective] Zeglin

"[L.A.P.D. Detective] Zeglin recalls one Web site, www.killercop.com, that 'offered rewards for 'murdering' Los Angeles police officers' a few years ago. 'But since the LAPD had that site removed,' Zeglin has not seen street gangs doing anything illegal online. ----San Francisco Chronicle

[L.A.P.D. Detective] Zeglin

"Cash rewards, [L.A.P.D. Detective] Zeglin says, to kill police officers. Offered by a 'gang affiliated' person in California. Money to kill police officers." ----NBC 4 NEWS

[L.A.P.D. Detective] Zeglin

[L.A.P.D. Detective] Zeglin's "biggest fear came true last year when 'the L.A.P.D. removed a gang site' because it offered $1,000 to anyone who killed a police officer, and $2,000 for an L.A.P.D. officer." ----CNET

Zeglin has taken one gang-related site seriously enough to conduct a full investigation: The owners of KillerCop.com, which suggested rewards for people who kill police officers in creative ways, were eventually convinced to take the site down before any potential charges were pressed." ---SALON | Feb. 26, 1999

"The only intervention to date was with the creators of KillerCop.com, which offered a reward for the most creative way to kill a policeman. It soon disappeared after the LAPD began to talk about charges to incite murder." ---The Independant Saturday 03, July 1999

"One part of the life that has not been seen much online is the crime. Zeglin recalls one Web site, www.killercop.com, that offered rewards for murdering Los Angeles police officers a few years ago. But since the LAPD had that site removed, Zeglin has not seen street gangs doing anything illegal online." ---Sfgate Jan. 6, 2001

"Un seul site a provoqué une enquête de la LAPD: killercop.com, offrant des récompenses aux visiteurs prêts à tuer des policiers de Los Angeles." ---Liberation publié le 15 mars 1999

In court papers filed August 11, League general counsel Enrique Hernandez cites a Web site called "Killercop," which reportedly advocated violence against LAPD officers, offering a "$1,000.05 reward to the first person who kills a cop making an illegal arrest . . . and $2,000.10 if it's an LAPD cop." The Web site was shut down after complaints were lodged by the department, but it re-emerges occasionally. ---LAweekly September 4 - 10, 1998

ENJOY THAT LAKE, CHUCK. WHERE ALL LIARS GO!

But as for the cowardly, the faithless, the detestable, as for murderers, the sexually immoral, sorcerers, idolaters, and all liars, their portion will be in the lake that burns with fire and sulfur, which is the second death.” -Rev. 21:8

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