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Los Angeles, California / Police Violence #134632

ABC Evening News for Monday, May 13, 1991
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) More hearings on the beating of Rodney King by Los Angeles police reported; details given of the issue of the suspension of police chief Daryl Gates.

(Chicago: Chris Bury) Legal cases involving policemen and the problem of finding jurors who have not seen the King beating videotape examined; various police and courtroom scenes shown. [Defense attorney Barry LEVIN - says specter of Rodney King hangs over the police.] [Jury foreman David IVENTOSCH - talks about an Oakland, California, case.] [National Jury Project Susan MacPHERSON - talks about the impact of repeated showings of the videotape.] [New York City juror Mark GREENBERG - comments on a case.] [Northwestern University Law School professor Ron ALLEN - says jurors will be more skeptical about police.]

Reporter(s):
Bury, Chris;
Jennings, Peter
Duration:
00:02:40

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