Long Beach Civil Unrest
An edited version of ten hours of videotape recorded during the civil unrest in Long Beach from April 30, 1992 to May 2, 1992 by two Long Beach Police officers. The tape includes scenes of looting, arson and protest. It also documents police strategy meetings and street patrols.
Additional Descriptive Notes: This tape is not narrated, and was taped by using a hand-held camcorder. It is an amateur production.
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