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The “South Central Los Angeles Black Community” and the LAPD are recording a “discussion”

The “South Central Los Angeles Black Community” and the LAPD are recording a “discussion”

Racist audio leak could push L.A. City Hall further left in Nov. 8 election

A recording of a “discussion” between a group of angry black people, some of whom are wearing “Black Lives Matter” T-shirts and signs, and a member of the LAPD, has surfaced on social media and has prompted heated reactions from community members, officials and even the police department.

The recording of a Jan. 27 meeting has been played on YouTube, and there are now more than 500 online reactions.

The meeting took place in South L.A. in 2016, and it was attended by a group known as the “South Central Los Angeles Black Community,” or SCaB. The SCaB consists of a diverse group of people and its members came together over the issue of a police officer’s killing of a black man in South L.A.

The SCaB wants the City Council to approve the city’s sanctuary law, and to pass the Police Department’s controversial “Community Oriented Policing (COPS)” plan, which would cut police numbers by more than 100,000, leaving police officers outgunned and without proper training to fight crime and racism.

While officials have said that they’ve heard from the SCaB, they have been tight-lipped on its true intentions, and it’s unclear whether the group will remain a part of L.A.’s voting machine in November.

A representative for the SCaB and an LAPD spokesperson declined to comment on the recording.

But an LAPD spokesperson released a statement that said: “We find it troubling that any group would be recorded and made public on social media. We understand this recording does not represent the official position of the LAPD.”

“We are committed to working closely with our community partners and the Police Department’s Office of the Independent Review Board on these important issues and remain committed to working with anyone who has concerns,�

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