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For the record

May 05, 2011

Neo-Nazi leader: In the May 4 LATExtra section, an article and photo caption about neo-Nazi leader Jeffrey R. Hall of Riverside, who police say was shot and killed by his 10-year-old son Sunday, said that Hall had won an election to the Western Municipal Water District. Hall lost the election.

Motocross rider's death: In the May 1 California section, the headline on an article about the death of San Clemente motorcyclist Jeff "Ox" Kargola at a Baja California adventure ride referred to the event as a race. The Desert Assassins 2011 Rip to the Tip is not a speed competition.

Kobe Bryant: An article in the May 4 Sports section about Kobe Bryant's performance in the NBA playoffs said that Elliott Almond of the Los Angeles Newspaper Group had asked a question of Lakers Coach Phil Jackson related to Bryant's physical condition. The reporter's name is Elliott Teaford.

Summer movies: In a list of summer movies in the May 1 Calendar section, the entry for August's "The Perfect Age of Rock 'n' Roll" identified one of the stars as Rose Atropos. That is the name of a character in the film; she is played by actress Taryn Manning.

Sacramento Kings: In the May 3 Sports section, an article about the decision by the Kings NBA franchise to remain in Sacramento misspelled the last name of Anaheim Mayor Tom Tait as Taut.

"The Looney Tunes Show": A review of "The Looney Tunes Show" in the May 3 Calendar section misspelled the first name of actress Kristen Wiig as Kristin.

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