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Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992 Chapter Summary & Analysis - The War Zone, Riot Summary

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The War Zone, Riot Summary

Chung Lee, president of the Korean-American Victims Association, describes his experiences on the day the Rodney King verdicts were announced. His son translates his story from the Korean. Lee says he called his neighbor's store and was told that his own store had been completely looted and that his stock was scattered all over the project across the street. Lee then realized that a riot had begun, so despite the fact that his property was scattered all over the street, he and his family decided to let go of any attachment to their possessions. The neighbor called Lee at about twelve and told him that his store was on fire.

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