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Los Angeles, California / King Beating #1020898

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Apr 28, 2012
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(Malibu, California: Lester Holt) The 20th anniversary of the riots in Los Angeles after the verdict in the trial of police officers for beating Rodney King recalled; scenes shown of the city on fire, the video of the beatings of King and later truck driver Reginald Denny by a mob; details given about the changes since 1992. [LAPD commander Bob GREEN, pastor Rev. Cecil MURRAY - recall the past.] [KING - recounts what happened and wanting to say something then.] [In 1992, KING - asks can't we all get along.] [Mayor Anthony VILLARAIGOSA†- talks about communities.] The civil suit brought by King against the city of Los Angeles recalled.
Holt, Lester

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