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Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992 - Study Guide Here's A Nobody, Hammer Summary & Analysis

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Stanley K. Sheinbaum, the former president of the LA Police Commission, describes what it was like for him when he first heard the verdict in the Rodney King case. He was on his way downtown at five-thirty in the afternoon when he heard about it. He had an experience at that moment that hinted at the trouble to come. Traveling next to his car on the freeway was a newer black BMW driven by an African-American woman. Her window was open, and she had a hammer in her hand.

When he got to Parker Center about an hour later, Daryl Gates was getting into his car. Sheinbaum asked where he was going, and Gates told him he had to go to a fund-raiser where he was lobbying against Proposition F, which was an effort to limit the police chief's term to...

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