After Shooting, Long Beach Residents Protest Police Violencei
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January 21, 2013 11:46 PM
On Jan. 7, Long Beach police shot and injured a burglary suspect named Hor Sokha. It took 10 days before family was allowed to see the 22-year-old man in the hospital. This has angered many in the community who believe the city's police department is prone to excessive force. Protesters on Sunday gathered outside St. Mary Medical Center, where Hor Sokha is in critical condition. They gathered to demand clear answers about what happened the night of the shooting. VOA Khmer Sophinarath Cheang reports from Long Beach, California.

After Shooting, Long Beach Residents Protest Police Violence

Published January 22, 2013

On Jan. 7, Long Beach police shot and injured a burglary suspect named Hor Sokha. It took 10 days before family was allowed to see the 22-year-old man in the hospital. This has angered many in the community who believe the city's police department is prone to excessive force. Protesters on Sunday gathered outside St. Mary Medical Center, where Hor Sokha is in critical condition. They gathered to demand clear answers about what happened the night of the shooting. VOA Khmer Sophinarath Cheang reports from Long Beach, California.