The Los Angeles Police Department has opened a criminal and internal affairs investigation into allegations that the president of the Los Angeles School Police Management Association, P.J. Webb, molested an underage boy between 1994 and 1995. The LASPMA is a registered labor union for school police officers.
Big League Politics spoke exclusively with Ignacio Martinez after his three-hour meeting at LAPD headquarters in downtown Los Angeles Wednesday, at which a detective and the district attorney were present. Martinez said he was promised the case would at least go to internal affairs. Comment has been sought for Webb.
Here is Ignacio Martinez’s statement to Big League Politics:
“My name is Ignacio Martinez. I’m 40 years old now. I was molested and touched against my will against my consent when I was underage by an officer of the Los Angeles school police department, which is within the LAPD, who is now retired and living a comfortable retired life.
I was thirteen years old when I first met him. He was not in the LASPD at that time. I was 13 and in the seventh grade, and he happened to be a security guard who was working at the junior high school I was attending.
I’m not out for vengeance, I’m not out for money. There has to be justice obviously for people who break the law.
Throughout my life, I have felt a lot of shame and a strange sense of guilt about this. I guess, my main reason is just for my own personal development, I guess you could say.
I have these night terrors, and I feel a weird presence and I have a lot of anxiety about certain situations that closely resemble what happened…sometimes I can’t move because I’m just so afraid. I just want to use this as a way to exorcise those feelings. That’s really it.
Martinez’s statement ends
Here is P.J. Webb, in the middle:
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