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L.A. Riots, Then and Now

Posted: Jun 17, 2012


With news of the death of Rodney King early Sunday morning, The Root checked in with those who played pivotal roles in the Los Angeles riots 20 years ago -- from the man who filmed the beating of Rodney King to the Korean American grocer who was shot in the riots.

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