R. Scott Moxley
R. Scott Moxley’s award-winning investigative journalism has touched nerves for two decades. An angry congressman threatened to break Moxley’s knee caps. A dirty sheriff promised his critical reporting was irrelevant and then landed in prison. Corporate crooks won’t take his calls. Murderous gangsters mad-dogged him in court. The U.S. House of Representatives debated his work. Pusillanimous cops have left hostile messages using fake names. Federal prosecutors credited his stories for the arrest of a doctor who sold fake medicine to dying patients. And a frantic state legislator literally caught sleeping with lobbyists sprinted down state capital hallways to evade his questions in Sacramento.
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A divided three-justice panel at the California Court of Appeal based in Santa Ana on June 25 upheld the right of the Orange County district attorney’s office (OCDA) to blanket paper a judge who punished law enforcement for repeated...
7 days ago | Moxley Confidential
One night in June 2008, a gun-toting, 18-year-old Luis Alberto Sanchez committed horrific crimes—including a homicide during an argument at a high-school graduation party in an Anaheim back yard. Sanchez now calls Calipatria State Prison hom...
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The high-profile case of a man accused of trying to hire two convicts to put a hit on U.S. District Court Judge Andrew Guilford, FBI agents, and federal prosecutors got off to a screaming start today after defendant John Arthur Walthall literally ...
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Despite being labeled an unapologetic liar and a cheater, a onetime Orange County deputy district attorney steeped in the ongoing jailhouse snitch scandal has landed a new government job bringing his talents to serve the residents of Nebraska's la...
19 days ago | Court
A federal judge is on the verge of dismissing a fired Newport Beach cop's wrongful termination lawsuit, calling the complaint "largely incoherent" and "often nonsensical." Inside the Ronald Reagan Federal Courthouse in Santa Ana, U.S. District Cou...
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In May 2014, in pre-Donald Trump Orange County, 23-year-old Christopher Lee Rogers couldn't get a job and he found a scapegoat: "Wetbacks." Rogers stood in front of a Santa Ana auto repair shop owned by Ruben Borroels and his two sons and decided ...