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Inglewood, California / Police Brutality / Officer Investigated #705949

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 09, 2002
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(Studio: John Roberts) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Sandra Hughes) Allegations of use of excessive force by Inglewood officer Jeremy Morse† detailed; amateur video shown; scenes shown of beating victim Donovan Jackson and of protestors at Inglewood City Hall. [Alleged beating victim Nielson WILLIAMS†- describes his ordeal.] [Inglewood Mayor Roosevelt DORN†- says this type of conduct by police cannot be tolerated.] [Amateur videographer Mitchell CROOKS†- says police were trying to find him.] [Representative Maxine WATERS – says that police should be able to perform their job without abuse.]

Hughes, Sandra;
Roberts, John

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