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Eye On America (Los Angeles Police Department / Police Dogs) #336341

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 10, 1991
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Ron Allen) High incidence of dog bites in the Los Angeles police department K-9 unit featured; March 1989 police training video excerpt of police dog attacking fleeing suspect Dromico Kendell, photos of dog bites shown; incidence of bites noted. [Former director of police, Newark, New Jersey, Hubert WILLIAMS - comments on bite incidence.] [Victim's attorney Donald COOK, former stolen car passenger Chris BRAEZELL - comment on police use of dogs.] Police report regarding Braezell's dog bite shown. [Braezell's attorney David MARGULIES - comments on character of police officers.] [Los Angeles deputy city attorney Mary Thornton HOUSE - denies that dogs are rewarded by being allowed to bite suspects.] [Police commissioner Willie WILLIAMS, K-9 unit Captain Ronald McCLANE - comment on Philadelphia police dog bites.]

Allen, Ron;
Rather, Dan

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