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The allegations of brutality stem from Pres. Johnson's visit to Century Plaza and the attendant demonstration. Image accompanied by caption is 236643-19-1. PROTESTERS - Interviewed by newsmen were these protesters of police action in breaking up peace marchers during the President's visit. From left, Steven Sokol, who charged he was a victim of police brutality; Philip Chronis, attorney, American Civil Liberties Union member; George Slaff, head of Southern California ACLU; Dr. mortimer Roth, a dentist, with son marc, 11, standing, both listed as victims, and Aris Agnagnos, a member of the board of directors of the ACLU. Meanwhile, a city councilman demanded a full-scale investigation.
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