Mel Melcon / Los Angeles Times
April 21, 2012
LAPD Officers Catherine Durant and Tim Wunderlich search a man who was handcuffed for grabbing a woman, right, against her will on Broadway in South Los Angeles. He wasn't arrested because the woman didn't want to press charges. In 1992, the thugs who attacked white trucker Reginald Denny pelted black officers with racial slurs. "They were calling them Uncle Toms, traitors, all that stuff. They had it harder than we did," Wunderlich said, "because they were on the side of the 'enemy.' "