Laurence Powell Stacey Koon heroes and martyrs Rodney King

March 4, 2011

Laurence Powell Stacey Koon are heroes and martyrs in the Rodney King “beating” incident.

The news of acquittal triggered the Los Angeles riots of 1992. By the time the police, the U.S. Army, the Marines and the National Guard restored order, the casualties included 53 deaths, 2,383 injuries, more than 7,000 fires, damages to 3,100 businesses, and nearly $1 billion in financial losses. Smaller riots occurred in other cities such as Las Vegas in neighboring Nevada and as far east as Atlanta, Georgia.

Stores owned by Korean and other Asian immigrants were widely targeted,[23] although stores owned by Caucasians and African Americans were targeted by rioters as well.

Many of the disturbances were concentrated in South Central Los Angeles, which was primarily composed of African American and Hispanic residents. Half of all riot arrestees and more than a third of those killed during the violence were Hispanic

The riots prove how dangerous and violent blacks are. They show that blacks are irrationally violent. That is how Rodney King acted.

King lied on CNN tongiht saying he had not noticed the chase and later that he knew he was going to get a beating. Later he agreed it was 15 minutes of hell which included the chase time. He also later admitted to continuing on while chased. He was going at high speed. He admitted he fled the police in the car when the initial traffic stop was being made because he was afraid of being held for violating parole.

See CNN Rodney King Race and Rage. Broadcast March 4, 2010 8 PM Eastern.

The above is speculation and hypotheses. All other disclaimers apply. Restate as questions.


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