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A Closer Look (Crossroads) #864371

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Apr 29, 2007
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(Studio: Dan Harris) The aftermath of the police beating of Rodney King in Los Angeles 15 years ago recalled.

(Los Angeles: Terry McCarthy) A return visit to the intersection of Florence and Normandie avenues in south central Los Angeles where a white truck driver was beaten and riots ensued featured; scenes shown from 1992 and today; details given about the changes of the neighborhood. [Photographer Bart BARTHOLEMEW‡- describes what happened when his car was attacked and how he feels to be back here.] [Office Juan CRUZ - says the police were not allowed to come out.] [Resident Brenda WILLIAMS, store owner Elvira ALCALDE‡- say the community is mending.]

Harris, Dan;
McCarthy, Terry

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