Ka Pasasouk: State Considered Northridge Suspect Prone To Violence
The alleged killer of four people in our community had a long criminal history, including violent crimes, and the fact that he was out on the street and not behind bars underscores the dangers posed by re-alignment. The Realignment laws must be amended to protect our community from violent crime.
Information obtained by the Weekly shows that state prison authorities were officially concerned with Pasasouk's alleged propensity for assault with a deadly weapon, having drug paraphernalia, and drinking.
The crimes attached to Pasasouk's last prison stint include vehicle theft, robbery and another vehicle theft, the Weekly has learned.
But there's more: In September he was nabbed by cops with meth in his pants. Pasasouk pleaded no contest and, despite his record and probation status, the judge in the case decided to let him go free as long as he promised not to mess around with guns, according to the L.A. Daily News.
The Weekly learned that, in March, 2011, prison officials ordered Pasasouk to undergo a psychiatric evaluation while he was behind bars at California Mens Colony in San Luis Obispo County, ostensibly to check if he was mentally unstable.
Fox 11 News reported this week that Pasasouk is a member of the Filipino gang Pinoy Real (pronounced Spanish-style as ray-Al). The Weekly learned that his gangster name is Lil G.
During his recent criminal years, Pasasouk was listed as homeless or as having lived with relatives in Westlake and on the edge of Filipinotown.