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SINS OF COMMISSION featured on KNBC 6 O’clock News

SINS OF COMMISSION - KNBC Los Angeles 6 O’clock News

SINS OF COMMISSION, the documentary film expose of the California Coastal Commission broke into the mainstream news.

The documentary film expose of the secretive commission aired at the top of the hour in the number 2 television market in the US.

A subphoena for a work print of the film has been issued by the commission and Richard Oshen, the filmmaker plans to vigorously defend wht he calls ” a blatant attempt” by the commission to silence the film.

No matter what the commission says regarding their demand for the film… the commission’s history, revealed for the first time in SINS OF COMMISSION,  clearly shows how the California Coastal Commission obscures their real motives and objectives.

They simply want the film blocked, and will go to any length to accomplish their goal - eiven if it means violating the 1st amendment of the US Constitution to do it.

-Richard Oshen, filmmaker

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2 Responses to “SINS OF COMMISSION featured on KNBC 6 O’clock News”

  1. Ilene Cassidy Says:

    Good going Richard!!
    Our court hearing is tomorrow morning at 8:45…..whether to dismiss our case or not.
    we won’t stop our community action movement no matter what.
    Ilene Cassidy

  2. Rick Mullen Says:

    Thank you for making this documentary. This is is something that every Californian should know about. The Coastal Commission in its present state is a great example of the law of unintended consequences of the “feel good” propositions that the public votes on periodically. How can you be against the environment? The irony is that, as this film shows, may of the original supporters of the Coastal Commission in 1972 have turned against them. In many way, the Commission itself is a great microcosm of what is wrong with the state and why we are in this incredible fiscal disaster. Today’s Malibu Times says it all: one article about the Coastal Commission approving an “override” LCP plan on the City of Malibu - against the City and the resident’s desires - that will cost plenty to implement where there is no demonstrated need. Next to it is another article about the impending closure of many of the existing State Parks right here in Malibu. This documentary just begins to peel back the many layers of cooperation and collusion amongst many of these “Environmental” groups. We have a long way to go to fix our state but the Coastal Commission - and its many allies - is a great place to start. Pink slips anyone?

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