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Nightline #646989

ABC Special for Wednesday, Apr 03, 1991

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  • Live discussion re: the controversy surrounding Los Angeles Police Chief Daryl Gates following the Rodney King beating incident, including the issue of whether or not he should step down from his position as Chief of Police, with Ted Koppel (ABC) and Chief Gates.
  • Taped segment with Judy Muller (ABC), including excerpts of statements by and/or interviews with Citizens in Support of Gates spokesman Eric Rose, police brutality victim Jesse Larez, Hubert Williams of the Police Foundation, California State Representative Maxine Waters, Melanie Lomax of the Los Angeles Police Commission, "Los Angeles Times" columnist Bill Boyarsky, Los Angeles Councilman Zev Yaroslavsky, Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley, and Chief Gates.
  • Live interview by Ted Koppel (ABC) with US representative to the UN Ambassador Thomas Pickering re: the ramifications of today's passing of UN resolution for a permanent cease-fire with Iraq.

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