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Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992 Chapter Summary & Analysis - The Territory, When I Finally Got My Vision/Nightclothes Summary

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The Territory, When I Finally Got My Vision/Nightclothes Summary

Michael Zinzun, a representative from the Coalition Against Police Abuse, discusses his personal experiences with police abuse. He tells of being awakened one night by a man calling for help. Zinzun and his neighbors went into the streets in their nightclothes and found the police beating a handcuffed man.

They demanded that the police stop the beating. The police dragged the man away, but the people followed and told them to stop. The police singled out Zinzun and handcuffed him while they sprayed Mace into what they called a "hostile" crowd. The police Maced Zinzun in the face, and he felt several officers stomping on his back. One of the officers lifted his head and hit him with a billy club, causing an injury that required forty stitches. Zinzun...

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