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Sentinel Apologizes to Former Compton Mayor Omar Bradley and His Family for inaccurate information in editorial
By Sentinel Staff Report
Published June 4, 2017

Omar Bradley (Courtesy Photo)

In the June 1, 2017 Edition of The Los Angeles Sentinel we featured an Editorial story titled “Why Mayor Aja Brown Deserves Our Vote”.  In this editorial the writer made certain allegations about the Mayors opponent Fmr. Compton Mayor Omar Bradley and his family that were factually incorrect and did not meet the Sentinels historical standard of excellence and was just simply wrong.  The truth is Omar Bradley nor any of his family members were ever charged with any crimes related to the solid waste scandal and trying to link Mr. Bradley or any of his family members to this crime is just unfair and should have never been a part of our story.

Furthermore, we want to make a special apology to the entire Compton City Council who have all worked tirelessly to serve the City and its Residents.  Yes, the Los Angeles Sentinel does support Mayor Aja Brown, but we also endorsed and continue to support Councilwoman Tana McCoy, Councilman Isaac Galvan, Councilwoman Janna Zurita and Councilwoman Emma Shariff in their positions as elected officials and we have no reason to waiver on our support in anyway.

The Sentinel wants to acknowledge that while Former Mayor Omar Bradley has had his challenges, for many years he was a fine and dedicated public servant.


The Sentinel does not authorize, the re-print or distribution of the inaccurate information in the June 1, 2017 editorial in any form .  See the Los Angeles Sentinel next week (6/8/2017) for more information and updates.


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