CBS Evening News for Monday, May 18, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Willie Williams' speech in Los Angeles about what he'll do when he becomes Los Angeles police chief next month detailed. Pullout from Los Angeles of National Guard troops deployed there reported.
(Los Angeles: Cinny Kennard) Effect of the recent violence on the children of south central Los Angeles featured; scenes of children and violence shown. [Voices of three CHILDREN - comment on the violence.] [93rd Street School principal Arne RUBENSTEIN - says children will remember the violence.] [TEACHER - speaks to class about the violence.] [Widowed Maria OCHOA - comments on her child's reaction to her husband's death during the violence.] [Ochoa's DAUGHTER - talks about her father's death.] [Neuropsychiatric Institution Dr. James ROSENBERG - talks about effects on children.] [Black BOY - says he felt mad.]
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