Paradise Lost: Homeless in Los Angeles

A homeless man sits by a homeless encampment along the Interstate110 freeway along downtown Los Angeles’ skyline. Thousands of homeless people sleep on the streets of Los Angeles County while many shelter beds go empty. Southern California Public Radio station KPCC reports problems ranging from bedbugs and rats to harassment and lax medical care can make shelters unpalatable. KPCC says its investigation found public documents reveal safety and sanitation problems in shelters around the county, and a patchwork system of oversight leaves no single entity to ensure cleanliness and safety. (AP Photo/Richard Vogel)

In the modern version being played out today on the streets of Los Angeles and almost every other major city in the state, tens of thousands of the homeless are desperate for shelter, services and of course, drugs. Lots and lots of drugs. Eric Johnson reports on Paradise Lost: Homeless in Los Angeles.

 

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