Jarrod Schulz is one of the stars of A&E's 'Storage Wars', the hit show that follows the exploits of storage locker hunters who try and hit it big and make money purchasing and reselling items from unpaid storage units.
The photo seen above was obtained exclusively by 'The Enterprise Report'. It was taken in 1999 as you can see from the photo itself and as for the "rest of the story", all we can tell you at this time is the photo is absolutley authentic and was obtained from a U.S. law enforcement agency via legal means under the law.
Schulz was convicted of a serious crime and spent time in prison for the offense.
The Enterprise Report (TER) the online investigative and enterprise journalism news site has been nominated as a finalist by the Los Angeles Press Club for the best online only news site in Southern California. The online news site was launced in 2007 and previously won the prize in 2008.
The 2012 Los Angeles Press Club 54th Annual Southern California Journalism Awards are one of the largest journalism awards programs in the country. The awards will be handed out at a gala event on June 24th at the Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles.
The Enterprise Report news site is run by veteran national award-winning independent producer and investigative Journalist Eric Longabardi. Longabardi is a two-time winner of Los Angeles Press Club's 'TV Journalist of the Year' Award (2000 & 2008), as well as being a finalist in 2008 and again in 2010 for 'Online Journalst of the Year' honors. Longabardi is a finalist this year for 'Print Journalist of the Year' for his investigative and feature reporting as a special correspondent for his hometown newspaper, The Newport Beach Independent.
In addition to this year's LA Press Club awards nomination, The Enterprise Report site was a runner-up for the same award in 2010. It has also garnered other journalism awards from the Los Angeles Press Club since the news site was founded in 2007. Longabardi previously served as a Los Angeles Press Club Board of Director.
The LA Press Club awards are judged by journalists at Press Club's outside of Los Angeles, so as not to be influenced by petty political biases of journalists who know and work and compete against each other here in Southern California.
In the past the judges of LA Press Club Southern California Journalism awards have said this about The Enterprise Report "The world needs more investigative reporters, and it’s refreshing to find those who have the patience, focus and fortitude to do the hard work."
This morning the sad news splashed across the media world, Andrew Breitbart, 43 of Los Angeles was dead. Andrew died while out taking a walk near his Brentwood, CA home according to a statement issued by his website.
Andrew was a guy who stood up for what he believed in and didn't back down from a fight, even when he was fighting an 800-pound gorilla in a rigged event. I always admired that.
Andrew and I knew each other for some time.
We even have had occasion to meet each other in person and spend a lunch together recently. We weren't best friends or anything close, but we were pretty well acquainted.
Andrew was a very smart guy. His intellect, wit and humor were as fast and focused as a supersonic jet.
Was Andrew perfect, no he wasn't and neither am I, but what Andrew did to take on the mainstream media establishment as an outsider looking in, is something no one before him had even come close to achieving like he did. Andrew did the stories and espoused the opinions nobody else dared express before. All of it because of the established built-in bias and group-think in the mainstream media that had gone mostly unchallenged until recent years.
My condolences go out to his wife, children and other family.
Keep giving them hell Andrew!, even from your final resting place.