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Mosk, Richard M.

 Person

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Independent Commission on the Los Angeles Police Department records

 Collection
Identifier: 0229
Abstract The city of Los Angeles became the epicenter of a public relations scandal on March 3, 1991, when an amateur cameraman captured on video four uniformed LAPD officers beating motorist Rodney G. King. In addition to generating public outrage, the incident cast a dark shadow over the LAPD and called into question the integrity of the nation's third largest municipal police force. Subsequently, the ten member Independent Commission on the Los Angeles Police Department was formed to conduct a...
Dates: 1991

Richard M. Mosk Christopher Commission records

 Collection
Identifier: 0395
Abstract

Chaired by attorney Warren Christopher, the Independent Commission on the Los Angeles Police Department was formed in the wake of the 1991 videotaped beating of Rodney King by several LAPD officers. The collection consists of files kept by Richard M. Mosk in his capacity as a member of the Commission.

Dates: 1989-2000

Richard M. Mosk Warren Commission papers

 Collection
Identifier: 6120
Abstract Richard M. Mosk was a California Court of Appeal Justice who over more than three decades of public service investigated the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, chaired the Motion Picture Classification and Rating Administration that provides the parental ratings for motion pictures, and sat on the Iran-U.S. Claims Tribunal at The Hague, where he served as a judge from 1981 to 1984 and 1997 to 2001. The Warren Commission was established by President Lyndon B. Johnson on November 29,...
Dates: 1963-2015

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Books 2
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Correspondence 2
Police -- California -- Los Angeles -- History -- 20th century -- Archival resources 2
Police brutality -- California -- Los Angeles -- Archival resources 2