Reginald Denny incident
Reginald Denny incident
Reginald Denny, a white construction truck driver, was beaten nearly to death by a group of assailants who came to be known as the "L.A. Four", while LAPD squad cars that were parked around the corner were ordered to leave the area, instead of helping Denny. The attack was captured by a Los Angeles News Service helicopter piloted by Bob Tur and shot by Marika Tur. The video was broadcast live on US national television.
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Trayvon Robinson: a journey to and from South Central Los Angeles - The Seattle Times (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
... a baseball field less than 50 yards from a popular meeting spot for the 8-Trey Gangsters -- a Crips-affiliated street gang whose members were implicated in the 1992 beating of trucker Reginald Denny during the Rodney King Riots
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How it all began (Pt.1) - ModelFlying
Google News - over 5 years
R/C modelling as we now know it started in 1934 when Hollywood actor Reginald Denny, a keen modeller and model manufacturer, produced a nine foot model of a type that would be instantly familiar to today's vintage fraternity
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网络服务提供商的版权责任 - 站长网
Google News - over 5 years
原告罗伯特·特尔( Robert Tur ),一位著名的新闻记者,同时也是这家通讯社的老板,其声称,YouTube非法发布了1992年由他拍摄的洛杉矶种族骚乱中货车司机莱吉纳德·戴尼(Reginald Denny)遭殴打的录像片段以及一些其它
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Rev. Jackson would condone flash mob attacks - Washington Examiner
Google News - over 5 years
I was the only journalist who asked him if the black rioters who beat white truck driver Reginald Denny to death during the Los Angeles riots were racists. This was his answer, verbatim, and I kid you not: "They were reacting to being victims of racism
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UK violence raises questions about American unrest - The Associated Press
Google News - over 5 years
The recent violence raises frightening memories of past racial unrest — the police club fracturing black civil rights marcher John Lewis' skull in 1965 Alabama, or the cinderblock smashing white truck driver Reginald Denny's head in 1992 Los Angeles
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UK riots: Cameron looks for lessons from LA to tackle homegrown gangs - The Guardian
Google News - over 5 years
TV images of a lorry driver, Reginald Denny, being beaten were played ceaselessly over the next several days. As in London now, the concern in LA was that the violence spiralled to the point where the original trigger of rioting became irrelevant
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Thurz (formerly of UNI): From Break-Ups To Re-Rioting - AllHipHop
Google News - over 5 years
I spoke Gary Williams of the “LA 4” – the one's involved in the infamous Reginald Denny beating. He gave his story on his background and how the whole riot cracked off. AllHipHop.com: Is all of this on the CD or is this part of a film project?
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Written by SOHH for Thurz - SOHH
Google News - over 5 years
The 92CREW and myself conducted several interviews with people who were involved with and experienced the riots - one being Gary Williams of the LA4, responsible for the beating of Reginald Denny. The audio from the interviews play into different
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COMIC BOOK MOVIE : FLASH BACK 1966 : BATMAN THE MOVIE - Comic Book Movie
Google News - over 5 years
When Bruce Wayne ( Adam West ) and Dick Grayson ( Burt Ward ) receive word that Commodore Scmidlapp ( Reginald Denny ) is in danger aboard his yacht, they rush through Stately Wayne Manor, descend down the bat-poles and into their costumes becoming
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DIRECTIONS: ECONOMICS; Artful Dodging
NYTimes - almost 12 years
The Internal Revenue Service received more than 570,000 tax returns from people who listed themselves as artists, writers and performers last year, but many of them probably did not have a clue about what they could claim as legal deductions, said Conard Fowkes, a veteran actor who helped found a free income tax assistance program, cosponsored by
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COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE; Seeking Customers in a Blighted Area
NYTimes - about 14 years
All along South Van Ness Boulevard the royal palms, craning too high to offer shade, tower over small frame houses where paint peels from the walls but not from the bars over the windows. The landscape is dominated by houses and some industrial yards, mostly auto body shops and out-of-business auto body shops. Parking lots are fenced. Much shopping
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Crowd Beats Truck Driver for Killing a 4-Year-Old
NYTimes - over 15 years
The driver of a tow truck that accidentally struck and killed a 4-year-old boy on Saturday was then severely beaten by a crowd of more than 20 people angered by the boy's death, the police said today. The driver, Candelario Flores, 38, received severe head injuries and needed reconstructive eye surgery after the beating late Saturday afternoon,
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In America; Riots, Then and Now
NYTimes - almost 16 years
I can still remember leafing through the Life magazine in July 1967. I was just back from overseas, a 22-year-old sergeant stationed at Fort Belvoir, Va., where I would serve out my last few months in the Army. On the cover of the magazine was a photograph of a 12-year-old boy lying unconscious on the filthy pavement of a street in Newark, N.J. He
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One Bad Cop
NYTimes - over 16 years
The case that would eventually spark the most damaging scandal in the history of the Los Angeles Police Department began early on the afternoon of Nov. 26, 1996, when Javier Francisco Ovando was wheeled on a gurney into a downtown courtroom of the Los Angeles County Hall of Justice for a pretrial hearing. ''He was emaciated, frail, such a little
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National News Briefs; Figure from 1992 Riots Is Charged in Killing
NYTimes - over 16 years
A man who took part in the beating of a truck driver during the 1992 Los Angeles riots has been charged with robbery and murder in connection with another crime. The man, Damian Williams, 27, was charged on Friday along with Tyrone Killingsworth, 34. Prosecutors accuse Mr. Killingsworth of shooting Grover Tinner, 43, on July 18, but Mr. Williams,
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Cecil Smith, Considered the Best Polo Player Ever, Dies at 94
NYTimes - about 18 years
In the 1930's, when polo was a sport of the rich, a Texan named Cecil Smith began a career that made him perhaps the greatest player in the history of a game more than 2,000 years old. On Jan. 21, the one-time polo-pony wrangler died in Boerne, Tex., where he had lived more than 30-years. He would have been 95 years old today. He started playing
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Laura La Plante Dies at 92; Archetypal Damsel in Distress
NYTimes - over 20 years
Laura La Plante, an early screen star who made the transition from silent screams to audible sobs and songs, died on Monday at the Motion Picture and Television Fund Hospital in Los Angeles. She was 92. In a career in which she appeared in some 75 films, many in the silent era, Miss La Plante was cast primarily as a comedian but demonstrated
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NOT GUILTY: A CITY REFLECTS;In the City of the Beautiful People, Trial Hinged on Uglier Issues
NYTimes - over 21 years
In the end, trials never happen in a vacuum. Moments after the jury handed down its verdict in the O. J. Simpson murder trial, a group of Los Angeles police officers parading in front of the criminal courthouse building here was jeered by a mostly black throng of spectators. Many conflicting forces are likely to have combined in the acquittal of O.
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