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November 9, 1993 | JANE HALL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Henry Keith Watson apologized on a videotaping of the Phil Donahue talk show Monday for his role in the beating of Reginald O. Denny, but the predominantly white audience did not appear to be satisfied. Denny and Watson met for what was said to be the first time on national television during an emotional session that will air in two parts today and Wednesday on KNBC-TV.
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October 19, 1993 | AMY WALLACE and JOHN HURST, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Eighteen months after being beaten unconscious at Florence and Normandie avenues, Reginald O. Denny said Monday he is "in total agreement" with verdicts in the trial of two of his attackers, adding: "Let's get on with life." In an interview with the TV newsmagazine "Inside Edition," the truck driver said he believes that Henry Keith Watson, who was convicted of a misdemeanor assault on Denny but acquitted of more serious charges, should be released from jail immediately.
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March 5, 1993 | EDWARD J. BOYER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A judge hearing the case of three men charged in the assault on trucker Reginald O. Denny during last year's riots on Thursday pushed back the start of the trial to April 12, the second delay granted in six days at the request of defense attorneys. Superior Court Judge John W. Ouderkirk said he reread arguments in a defense motion for an additional delay and was persuaded that postponing the start of the trial would be appropriate.
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August 11, 1993 | EDWARD J. BOYER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Arguing that prosecutors have systematically excluded black potential jurors from the Reginald O. Denny beating case, a defense attorney unsuccessfully sought to have the entire panel removed Tuesday so that the process could start again. Superior Court Judge John W. Ouderkirk denied attorney Earl C. Broady's motion, saying there was no evidence that jurors were being excluded on the basis of race.
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March 27, 1993 | EDWARD J. BOYER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Defense attorneys will not be given 14 years of documents to support their contention that defendants in the Reginald O. Denny beating case are victims of discriminatory prosecution, but the defense team will still seek to have the case dismissed on those grounds. Superior Court Judge John Ouderkirk on Friday rejected a defense request that the prosecution be ordered to surrender the documents, saying a months-long search for the records would "create an unreasonable delay in the case."
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July 31, 1993 | TED ROHRLICH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Defense attorneys for two men accused of trying to kill truck driver Reginald O. Denny at the start of the Los Angeles riots said Friday that questionnaires show that many prospective jurors have prejudged the case. Earl C. Broady Jr., who represents Henry Keith Watson, 28, said he looked at questionnaires completed by most of the 39 prospective jurors who survived an initial screening Wednesday and found that about half indicated they had already made up their minds. Edi M.O.
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June 12, 1992 | JIM NEWTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Prosecutors charged a fifth suspect Thursday in the April 29 attack on truck driver Reginald O. Denny at the intersection of Florence and Normandie avenues, where 12 other people also were beaten. Anthony Lamar Brown, 24, of Los Angeles, also was charged with felony assault and robbery of another motorist, Manuel Vaca, one of the 12 people assaulted. According to investigators, Brown kicked Vaca and stole a chain and a ring from him.
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March 23, 1993 | ANDREA FORD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
For the second time in a week, the judge in the trial of three men accused of assaulting Reginald O. Denny tried to facilitate plea-bargain discussions, telling defense attorneys and prosecutors that his boss was willing to act as a neutral party in the process. Superior Court Judge John W. Ouderkirk's remarks during a pretrial hearing drew an angry response from one of the lawyers, who last week voiced no objection to such talks.
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July 21, 1992 | JIM NEWTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
An attorney for Damian Monroe (Football) Williams charged Monday that his client was coerced into making a statement to police that implicated him in the April 29 attack on truck driver Reginald O. Denny at the outset of the Los Angeles riots. "Incriminating statements were obtained from the defendant during a constitutionally invalid interrogation where the defendant was coerced into making statements involuntarily," Dennis Palmieri wrote in a motion filed with the court.
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November 20, 1992 | PENELOPE MC MILLAN
A former attorney for one of the defendants in the case of four men charged in the beating of trucker Reginald O. Denny testified Thursday that he followed instructions of the firm's deputy director against his better judgment. The Los Angeles Superior Court hearing was held to determine whether the Center for Constitutional Law and Justice hired by Damian Monroe Williams sabotaged the case.
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