2306: Rodney King Trial
Collection:
Letter from America
Date:
1993-04-23
Content Type:
Manuscript
Language:
English
Container:
Box 61 Folder 13
Description:
Letter 2306: Cooke discusses the Rodney King affair, the trials and subsequent Los Angeles riots, exploring in detail the brazen double jeopardy infringement. From there, Cooke laments the general lack of public knowledge with respect to the U.S. Constitution in all areas except the second amendment. Recorded April 19, 1993.
Summary:
Letter 2306: Cooke discusses the Rodney King affair, the trials and subsequent Los Angeles riots, exploring in detail the brazen double jeopardy infringement. From there, Cooke laments the general lack of public knowledge with respect to the U.S. Constitution in all areas except the second amendment.
Associated Personal Entities:
King, Rodney, 1965-2012
Associated Subjects:
Constitution of the United States
Education
Gun Control--United States
Riots
United States. Constitution. 4th Amendment
United States. Constitution. 5th Amendment
United States. Constitution. 14th Amendment.
Keywords:
Letter from America
1990s