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Mayoral aide Jim Bickhart--busted.
"We got what we wanted on the RVs and campers. Who do we go after next? We can't stop until this place is all cleansed. Wash away the scum. ALL of it."

"Who cares? Villa-la-grossa is just as big a coward as Rosendahl. Maybe the Stakeholders are right - if these folks won't leave, we should get someone to come around with a semi, load the homeless scum into it like stinking sardines and drive them out to the Mojave. Dump 'em there in the dead of night blindfolded and drive away. Period. End of story."

"Next time one of those wussies heckles you, just pop 'em one. No. They protect scum, they should be treated like scum. It doesn't matter if they make money sucking on the government tit or if there Wolfgang frigging *#!%$!. Time is running short."
Look, what's running through many people's minds is that this invective is a match for Zuma Dogg. But Zuma Dogg's invective is signed by Zuma Dogg, and it never represents the City of Los Angeles in any official capacity.

Bickhart needs to be let go permanently. But the better news is that slowly but surely, the artificial walls protecting capricious, anonymous slanderers on the Internet are being eroded, for the betterment of public discourse. It is only a matter of time before a corporation is obliged to turn over its own web documentation for the sake of identifying a slander artist on company time.