4 edition of [Report 1968] found in the catalog.
Contains public sector information licensed under the Open Government Licence v1.0.
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|Pagination||xvi, 102 p. :|
|Number of Pages||59|
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Would It not be more logical [Report 1968] we were to slightly increase the symptom. Some of this information was absurd, like the reported plan to contaminate the city's water supply with LSD.[Report 1968] his book, The Healing Cults. The policeman pulled from his belt a tin container and sprayed its contents into the eyes of the derelict, who stumbled around and fell on his face. The same basic principles apply to acute and chronic disease as relatively to the boil and ulcer. Newsmen and photographers were singled out for assault, and their equipment deliberately damaged.
Royal Commission on Health Services, Vol. " And I heard another guy scream, "Get their fucking cameras. One protester who was walking in the opposite direction was kneed in the groin by a policeman who was walking towards him. Newsmen and photographers' blinding lights did get in the way of police clearing streets, sweeping the park, and dispersing demonstrators.
Were the policemen who committed it a minority?
The vital needs of the nation must be met; hard choices must be made, and, if necessary, new taxes enacted. A federal official describes how it began: I heard a 10-1 call [policeman in trouble] on either my radio or one of the [Report 1968] hand sets carried by men with me and then heard "Car 100-sweep.
See page 17, footnote 1 above. He relates in his statement that one officer, "with a smile on his face and a fanatical look in his eyes, was standing on a three-wheel cycle, shouting, 'Wahoo, wahoo,' and trying to run down people on the sidewalk. The leadership at the point of conflict did little to prevent such conduct and the direct control of offices by first line supervisors was virtually non-existent.
The violence did not end with either demonstrators or newsmen on the North Side on Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday.
Martin Luther King and the April 27th peace march to the Civic Center in Chicago.
" And the next thing I know I was being hit on the head, and I think on the back, and I was just forced down on the ground at the corner of Division and Wells.