"NOT TOO SMART" DUI SUSPECTS Officers take two DUI suspects into the police station. One suspect briefly recites his alphabet incorrectly and then gives the excuse that he’s “not too smart” and that he's had "three glasses of champagne right soon.”
(Please note: There is approximately 13 minutes of this footage.)
Date: February 8, 1992 - COLOR Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:01:06:00, With Audio
1930S ECONOMIC PROTESTS - 1 Huge crowd of citizens protesting the economic situation of the 1930s. People hold signs, including, "NO WORK, NO RENT." Chaotic images of crowds of scuffles between protesters and police. A policeman jumps over a barricade to control a young man who is sitting and yelling atop another man's shoulders.
1930S RIOT - 1 Chaotic, frightening images of police combating citizens who were protesting the economic situation of the 1930s. Policemen move a man into a paddy wagon. Frenzied crowd of citizens running from policemen. Police gather around a person who has fallen to the ground.
1930S RIOT - 2 Dramatic images of police combating citizens who were protesting the economic situation of the 1930s. Dense crowd of protesters on a city street. Group of people walking on front of the US Capitol. Police clashing with dense crowd of protesters. Police spraying tear gas into the crowd. People running from the police.
1940S HARLEM A street sign at west 135th street in Harlem during the 1940s. An African-American traffic cop directs children across the street, children dance on the sidewalk and (indicating the racial slant and stereotype of the times) eat watermelon.
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