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April 23, 1985
DARYL F. GATES
CHIEF OF POLICE, LOS ANGELES
It has come to my attention that a member of the L. A. P. D. very foolishly, without proper authorization and contrary to the policy of this Department, signed a letter to Eugene M. Ingram, believed to have been drafted by Ingram himself. The letter purports to authorize Ingram to engage in electronic eavesdropping. The letter, along with all the purported authorization, is invalid and is NOT a correspondence from the Los Angeles Police Department.
The Los Angeles Police Department has not cooperated with Eugene Ingram. It will be a cold day in hell when we do.
I have directed an official letter to Ingram informing him that the letter signed by Officer Phillip Rodriguez dated November 7, 1984, and all other letters of purported authorizations directed to him, signed by any member of the Los Angeles Police Department, are invalid and unauthorized.
Internal Affairs Division is now investigating the entire incident.
THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT I HAVE EXAMINED THE ORIGINAL OF THIS DOCUMENT AND FIND THIS REPRODUCTION TO BE A TRUE COPY OF SAME, MADE WITHOUT ALTERATIONS OR ERASURES.
By [Signed] Sgt. E. Hernandez 14828
RECORDS & IDENTIFICATION DIVISION
LOS ANGELES POLICE DEPARTMENT