DHS Operation Falling Sun 2 - Chief Pat Williams (0433)

Operation Falling Sun - Phase 2


The press conference after Desert Hot Springs Operation Falling Sun - Phase 2, June 20, 2009, at the Skyborne Fire Station.

DHS Operation Falling Sun 2 - Chief Pat Williams (0433)

DHS Police Chief Pat Williams at the podium. Behind him (L to R) are D.A. Rod Pacheco, U.S. Attorney Tom O'Brien, FBI Special Agent In Charge Daniel McMullen, DHS Public Safety Commissioner Russ Martin, and IRS Special Agent In Charge Thomas Jankowski.

DHS Operation Falling Sun 2 - Press Conference (0430)

D.A. Rod Pacheco, other law enforcement officials and the city council of Desert Hot Springs at today's press conference.

DHS Operation Falling Sun 2 - Press Conference - Seized Vehicles (0436)

Vehicles seized in today's raids.

DHS Operation Falling Sun 2 - Press Conference (0432)

D.A. Rod Pacheco, other law enforcement officials and the city council of Desert Hot Springs at today's press conference.

DHS Operation Falling Sun 2 - Press Conference (0427)

Before the press conference, Desert Sun reporter Marcel Honoré in the foreground.

DHS Operation Falling Sun 2 - D.A. Rod Pacheco and Seized BMW (0438)

District Attorney Rod Pacheco being interviewed next to one of the vehicles seized today, a BMW M5.

DHS Operation Falling Sun 2 - FBI Special Agent in Charge Daniel McMullen (0434)

FBI Special Agent In Charge Daniel McMullen at the podium. Behind him (L to R) are U.S. Attorney Tom O'Brien and IRS Special Agent In Charge Thomas Jankowski.

DHS Operation Falling Sun 2 - D.A. Rod Pacheco (0429)

District Attorney Rod Pacheco at the podium. behind him (L to R) FBI Special Agent In Charge Daniel McMullen, U.S. Attorney Tom O'Brien, DHS Public Safety Commissioner Russ Martin (partly obscured), and IRS Special Agent In Charge Thomas Jankowski.

DHS Operation Falling Sun 2 - Press Conference Shade Structure Anchor (0435)

This is what they used to try to secure the shade structure from the wind. Obviously, this was set up by people from Riverside. Local Desert Hot Springs people would know this is dangerously inadequate.
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