March 12, 2020
Harlen "Lamb" Lambert sat attentively a year ago as Daniel Michael Lynem, a former Black Panther, spoke about his life during a small gathering at the Heritage Museum of Orange County in Santa Ana.
The last time the two met, Lambert arrived in uniform at Lynem's family home on June 5, 1969/
"Sir, you are under arrest as a suspect for the murder of a police officer," he informed Lynem, before reading him his Miranda rights.
Lambert was the first black cop in Santa Ana and one of the first in the county. The night before, Lambert's fellow Santa Ana officer Nelson Sasscer had been slain while on patrol.
Read more on my first Los Angeles Times feature out on newsstands Sunday but available online now:
Art Laboe Returns to the Inland Empire on the Brand New Old School 104.7FM!
March 2, 2015
University Folklórico Summit Comes to UC Irvine!
February 14, 2015
Cal State Fullerton Makes Libertarian List of Top Ten Free Speech Hating Colleges
March 4, 2015
‘You can’t laugh and be afraid at the same time:’ ‘Combating Coronavirus’ comedy provides much-needed levity
March 24, 2020
He Was One of the First Black Cops in OC. His Memoir Reveals Struggles with Racism and Why He Was Forced Out
‘American Dirt’ backlash is ‘about revolutionizing the publishing industry’
January 31, 2020
MoLAA's New Exhibit Threads Chile’s Tumultuous Past Through Arpilleras
January 10, 2020
Disneyland Workers Sue For Higher Wages
December 19, 2019
Is Dwight Manley Brea's Native Son Savior or Its Mad Monarch?
November 27, 2019
Anaheim City Council United in Keeping Access to Free Event Tickets
The True Cost of Disneyland Resort VIP Tours [Alt-Disney]
Jury Awards Record $13.2 Million in Anaheim Police In-Custody Death Case
November 22, 2019
Alt-Disney: A Poet Finds Vegetation and Inspiration at Tomorrowland
November 21, 2019
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