The Revolt of the Cockroach People - Chapter 15-16, pgs. 198-214 Summary & Analysis

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They are watching a color film of the Chicano Moratorium of August 29, 1970. In it are scenes from the riots at Laguna Park. The film is shown in the trial of the Tooner Flats Seven who are on trial for among other things, arson, conspiracy and rioting.

Sheriff Peaches is relating the events of the riots. The judge is Alfred Alacran and he has ruled Brown in contempt more than a dozen times since the beginning of the trial. Brown leaves with Gilbert and Sailor Boy.

Brown had arrived back in Los Angeles on August 30, 1970 and was met at the airport by Gilbert and Pelon. While they drive, they tell him what has happened the past several months. When they question him about Mexico, he tells them they have no right to complain about him spending time with his brother...

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