George Fatheree III

attorney who represents the Bruce family

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Unable to develop the land, the Bruce family decided to sell Bruce’s Beach back to LA County for $20 million. KCRW speaks to the attorney representing the family.

Bruce’s Beach sells for $20M. What does it mean for future of reparations?

Unable to develop the land, the Bruce family decided to sell Bruce’s Beach back to LA County for $20 million. KCRW speaks to the attorney representing the family.

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