Archives: Seasons 1-5
Segment | Interview

'Ghosts of the LAPD' May Haunt Dorner Tragedy

So what does the ongoing Christopher Dorner case mean for the LAPD going forward?Madeleine talks to two experts: Joe Domanick, associate director of the Center on Media Crime and Justice and west coast bureau chief of, who wrote the definitive history of the LAPD, "To Protect and to Serve" -- and civil rights attorney Connie Rice, a longtime watchdog of the LAPD who was instrumental in forcing the department to make fundamental changes and the author of "Power Concedes Nothing."

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