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Eye On America (Los Angeles, California / Police Corruption Update) #390339

CBS Evening News for Friday, Jan 28, 2000
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Sandra Hughes) More arrests of police from the Los Angeles gang unit on charges of corruption featured; details given from the Los Angeles Times story conforming police misconduct and of lawsuits against the city. [Falsely arrested man George EVASCO - says he was innocent; says he was kicked and hit.] [Former San Jose, California, police Chief Joseph McNAMARA - says police lose credibility when they act like criminals themselves.] [Los Angeles Police Department Chief Bernard PARKS - says he is committed to getting rid of corruption.] [Los Angeles City Council Mike FEUER - says the city should not have to devote resources to settle litigation.]

Reporter(s):
Hughes, Sandra;
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:02:20

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