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The Revolt of the Cockroach People Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 11, pgs. 145-155 Summary

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Chapter 11, pgs. 145-155 Summary and Analysis

Brown has an interview with Roland Zanzibar of KMEX about the Fernandez case. The station had broadcast the Coroner's hearing and Brown feels the reporter has a genuine interest in the situation. In the interview, Brown refers to the Chicanos as the Cockroach people. He also announces that he filed to run for sheriff and shows his receipt for the filing fee. He is not using the name of Zeta and says that since he has no organization or finances, his candidacy is a purely educational undertaking. After the interview, they talks over a beer at a neighboring bar.

Brown represents all of the St. Basil Twenty One. They have to have a special room for the trial because of the number of defendants. They find, during the trial, that the police had alerted church officials of the possibility of trouble...

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