Daryl F. Gates

Gov. Pete Wilson announces that 2,000 National Guardsmen have been deployed to Los Angeles during the riots and an additional 2,000 are ready to be called up. Behind him are Mayor Tom Bradley and Gates.<br>
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( Associated Press / May 1, 1992 )

Gov. Pete Wilson announces that 2,000 National Guardsmen have been deployed to Los Angeles during the riots and an additional 2,000 are ready to be called up. Behind him are Mayor Tom Bradley and Gates.

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