Two LAPD Cops Allegedly Raped Female Informants, Sex Workers Over Several YearsReason
Nov. 07, 2013
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Two LAPD officers, Luis Valenzuela and James Nichols, are under investigation for reportedly using the threat of arrest to rape at least four women over the course of several years. Two of the women reported working for the officers as confidential informants, while one says she was detained for prostitution and another was allegedly stopped while she was simply out walking.