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April 3, 1992 | HENRY WEINSTEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Hostilities between lawyers for two Los Angeles police officers accused of assaulting Rodney G. King broke into the open Thursday when they took turns trying to make each other's clients look bad. The unusual clash occurred between the attorney for Officer Laurence M. Powell--who delivered the most blows to King--and the attorney for Officer Theodore J. Briseno, who kicked the motorist once in the head. The fireworks began during the testimony of veteran LAPD Officer Jerry L.
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April 3, 1992 | HENRY WEINSTEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Hostilities between lawyers for two Los Angeles police officers accused of assaulting Rodney G. King broke into the open Thursday when they took turns trying to make each other's clients look bad. The unusual clash occurred between the attorney for Officer Laurence M. Powell--who delivered the most blows to King--and the attorney for Officer Theodore J. Briseno, who kicked the motorist once in the head. The fireworks began during the testimony of veteran LAPD Officer Jerry L.
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May 5, 1994 | DAVID FERRELL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
An attorney defending former Los Angeles Police Chief Daryl F. Gates against Rodney G. King's lawsuit for punitive damages said Wednesday that the Christopher Commission report on the Police Department is biased against his client. Assistant City Atty. Don Vincent, also representing 14 other current and former officers, argued that the report should not be used to determine whether Gates was personally accountable for the conduct of his officers during King's 1991 beating.
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September 16, 1988 | From Associated Press
Democratic candidate Michael Dukakis promised today to double the number of drug enforcement agents and vowed, "There will be no safe haven for dope peddlers and drug profits anywhere on this Earth." The Massachusetts governor delivered a tough anti-crime speech during an appearance at the Los Angeles Police Academy, where he observed a training exercise on a simulated city street called Hogan's Alley.
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August 27, 1996 | TRACY WILSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Simi Valley Police Officer Michael Clark's actions were "totally consistent" with police procedure when he responded to a check-the-welfare call at Daniel Allan Tuffree's home last year, police experts testified Monday. The fact that Clark was slain during a shootout with Tuffree was a result of the officer walking into an unprotected open area, a "kill zone" that could not have been avoided, one tactics expert testified. "It is probably considered an ambush," said Jerry L.
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August 27, 1996 | TRACY WILSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Simi Valley Police Officer Michael Clark's actions were "totally consistent" with police procedure when he responded to a check-the-welfare call at Daniel Allan Tuffree's home last year, police experts testified Monday. The fact that Clark was slain during a shootout with Tuffree was a result of the officer walking into an unprotected open area, a "kill zone" that could not have been avoided, one tactics expert testified. "It is probably considered an ambush," said Jerry L.
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September 17, 1996 | TRACY WILSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Simi Valley police made a series of grave errors when they went to the home of Daniel Allan Tuffree last year, errors that led to the fatal shooting of Officer Michael Clark, a police expert testified Monday. Tuffree, 49, is facing first-degree murder charges and a possible death sentence for killing Clark on Aug. 4, 1995, during a gun battle with police in his backyard.
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April 19, 1992 | HENRY WEINSTEIN and PAUL LIEBERMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Nearly a year before the opening of the Rodney G. King beating trial, the first judge on the case offered a prophetic observation after watching some "finger-pointing" among the defense lawyers. He predicted that the four Los Angeles police officers accused of assaulting the black motorist, if tried together, could end up attacking each other, all to the benefit of the prosecution. "There is no defense team here," Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Bernard J. Kamins said last May.
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