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Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992 - The War Zone, Human Remains Summary & Analysis

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The War Zone, Human Remains Summary

Dean Gilmour, Lieutenant, Los Angeles County Coroner, describes how he was helping an attorney who was trying to have a young woman declared dead. She was in an appliance store with some other looters when it caught fire. Her boyfriend was the only one who got out of the building. The girl's mother says she has not heard from her since that day and there's no reason to think that she did not die in that building. The place has been searched four times, but the fire was so hot it is difficult to find any human remains. The family cannot get on with their lives until they have some resolution.

Gilmour began his investigation thinking there were sixty deaths during the riots, but he wondered if they could all definitely be attributed to the riots. There are shootings...

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