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Outcry over Sterling's remarks renew focus on housing bias lawsuits
Outcry over Sterling's remarks renew focus on housing bias lawsuits

After the Mark Wilshire Towers changed hands, several building staffers showed up at Darryl Williams' apartment one day with a woman who he said threatened to fine him for leaving two carts of his dirty laundry and other items in the hallway. The encounter struck him as odd enough that he grabbed his video camera and asked her to affirm the introduction she made moments earlier. "So you're Miss Shelby from the Health Department?" Williams said in the video of their brief exchange in April 2003 at the Koreatown high-rise. "Yes sir!" she shot back and then walked away, the videotape shows. But the woman in the hallway was not "Miss Shelby,"...

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