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Los Angeles, California Riots / Hispanics / Urban Aid Package #344894

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jun 18, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Congressional approval of an urban aid package reported. Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Ron Allen) Results of Rand Corporation study on ethnicity of those arrested during the Los Angeles riots featured; riot scenes shown. [Rand criminal justice expert Joan PETERSILIA - notes Hispanics' role in the riots.] [Latino activist Jaime FLORES - says this is one more thing to use against Latinos.] Possibility that suspects in the attack on trucker Reginald Denny may have partially confessed and Denny's medical condition noted. [Los Angeles police chief Daryl GATES - says he's looking forward to life away from cameras and politicians.]

Allen, Ron;
Rather, Dan

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