Topics of discussion in Signal Tribune writer Michelle Lecours’s recent video interview with Fourth District LA County Supervisor Don Knabe included pharmacy-filled marijuana prescriptions, children being imprisoned by prostitution, and Southland budget woes.
While Knabe is not against marijuana being used for medicinal purposes and being distributed from a pharmacy, he says the patients he’s seen on video in the dispensaries look “pretty happy.” Child sex trafficking is something usually thought to be happening in Third World countries, but with access to the border and LAX, Los Angeles is almost “an ideal situation” for pimps to entrap at-risk children and offer them up for a price several times a night, Knabe says. On budget troubles, Knabe discussed health care and other services provided for county residents suffering from the recession.
Located in Belmont shore, Lecours HQ is the command center for Lecours’s video interviews of local politicians and power-players and her story-writing for the Signal Tribune.
To watch Lecours’s video, go to youtube.com/watch?v=q-OQGxKF19E &feature=g-all-u .
Source: Lecours HQ