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Heads are rolling at the LAPD as the investigation continues.  Meanwhile, eighty-five civic leaders and community groups have asked that all internal records be made public.

Update on the LAPD Investigation of the May Day Melee

Heads are rolling at the LAPD as the investigation continues.  Meanwhile, eighty-five civic leaders and community groups have asked that all internal records be made public.

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