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Nightline Investigation: Los Angeles Revisited #647141

ABC Special for Wednesday, Oct 21, 1992

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  • The first of a two part examination of conditions in Los Angeles (California) six months after rioting there with Ted Koppel (ABC), FBI Director William Webster, former Los Angeles Police Chief Daryl Gates, excerpts of an interview with Los Angeles Police Chief Willie Williams, Los Angeles Police Officer Lisa Phillips, Police Sergeant Dennis Zine, George Bush, Los Angeles Police Officer Luke Magee, Linda Gaberelle, California Governor Pete Wilson, Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley, Norm Zelben, Reverend Bennie Newton, Danny Bakewell of the Brotherhood Crusade, Jack Kyser of the Los Angeles Development Corporation, Saul Williams of Black Fund, Rep. Maxine Waters, and unidentified others.
  • For part two see the record for the 10/22/92 "Nightline".

  • Reporter(s):
    Koppel, Ted (ABC)

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