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Los Angeles, California / Police Scandal Investigation / Matasareanu Case #392305

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 01, 2000
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(Studio: Dan Rather) The report of police corruption in the Los Angeles police department noted.

(Los Angeles: Jerry Bowen) The lawsuit against the Los Angeles Police Department by the family Emil Matasareanu, a suspect killed during a 1997 robbery, reported; graphic scenes shown of the robbery in Los Angeles; courtroom sketches shown. [On 60 Minutes, plaintiff's attorney Stephen YAGMAN - says the suspect bled to death after he could have been taken to the hospital.] [Witness Dora LUBENSKY - says the suspect was moving but there was no paramedic.] [Assistant city attorney Don VINCENT - says the police practiced triage.] [Loyola Law School Laurie LEVENSON - says police are not supposed to let people bleed to death.] (Artist: Bill Robles)

Bowen, Jerry;
Rather, Dan

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