More than 20 years ago, the Rodney King beatings produced an era of reform at the LAPD. But a recent string of jury verdicts against officer misconduct have cost taxpayers tens of millions of dollars. Records show misleading reports about excessive force even when it's been videotaped. Also, LA Supervisor Don Knabe introduces and votes on measures favorable to clients of his son, Matt, a registered lobbyists. An investigation by KCET-TV raises the issue of conflict of interest. On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, what's the plan for Afghanistan after 2014?
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