By POLITICO’s Daniela Pascual-Leone”This is a moment of national significance.

We’ve never seen a case like this.

This is the first time we’ve had an individual who is the leader of a gang who has a known serial killer profile.

He’s in custody and he’s been convicted of murder, he’s a leader of one of the biggest street gangs in the country.

And this is the person that’s been a target of this investigation, and now it’s his time to make his case to the public, and this is his chance to make a plea to get out.”

On April 11, 2016, the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) released a video of the alleged killer.

His face is blurred, but the actor’s voice can be heard, and the audio is also captured.

The video was uploaded to YouTube by the LAPD’s YouTube channel and then later released to the media by the L.A. Times, which said the footage was the result of an investigation that was launched in April 2016 after a tip-off from a local detective.

The officer who made the tip-offs told The Times the video “was the product of an anonymous tipster.”

The video also includes a graphic description of the suspect’s face, and it’s unclear whether the description was accurate.

The LAPD’s Los Angeles District Attorney’s office is investigating whether the suspect, who is a known gang member, was involved in the murder.

“I know there are people that know who the individual is, but I think that people have to get it out there,” L.D.A.’s district attorney, Bill McBride, said.

“We’re looking at this from the standpoint of a public safety and criminal justice department, so we’re going to do everything we can to make sure the public gets the best information.”

The video was released a day after the LAPD revealed the arrest of a second man on a slew of other crimes linked to XXXTENTacion’s alleged gang.

The man, whom the LAPD has identified as 22-year-old David Estrada, was arrested after a series of car break-ins that included the alleged killing of an LAPD officer, the wounding of a man and the theft of a truck.

“This was a violent crime and it was a heinous crime,” McBride said of Estradas arrest.

“It’s the second time in less than a year that we’ve arrested an individual on a crime that involved a violent act.

It’s been very difficult to see the individual being put in custody for a violent, violent crime, and I think it’s going to be difficult to get the information out there and get people to see it.”

In May, the LADOT posted an alert about the suspect in an effort to deter other people from breaking into vehicles.

The agency said it had arrested seven people in the past week for breaking into cars.

“In the last few days, multiple individuals have broken into vehicles in Southern California and have left graffiti saying ‘XXX,’ ‘YX,’ ‘XX,’ ‘X,'” the LASD said in a statement.

“The graffiti is being reported as a hate crime, with the message ‘X-X-XX.’

We believe the graffiti is related to XX-X.

We also have information that indicates that XX-Y may be involved in this crime.”

The LAPD also released an Instagram photo of a woman, whom it identified as XX-S, who appears to be in the custody of the LAPD.

“LAPD officers are not allowed to break into vehicles and take photos of someone who is not in custody,” the LAPD said.