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After a section called "SUPPRESSION OF FOREIGN CRITICISM" which tells of the Japanese killing thirty and decapitating two nonresisting "volunteers," Cha discusses the continuing problem with historical discourse:
The repeated airing on national television of the now historic videotapes, which showed several White Los Angeles policemen takign turns clubbing and kicking a prone, nonresisting Black motorist while 12 of their fellow officers watched, unleashed and a national outcry for drastic police reforms and for the removal of L.