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A police raid on this illegal bar and gambling joint sparked the 1967 Detroit uprisings.“Hell, no! Scott walked into an alley and grabbed a bottle, seeking “the pleasure of hitting one in the head, maybe killing him,” he remembers thinking.
Making his way into the middle of the crowd for cover, he threw the bottle at a sergeant standing in front of the door. A phalanx of police moved toward the crowd, then backed off.
As much of the city slept, 19-year-old William Walter Scott III stood at the corner of 12th Street and Clairmount, watching as police escorted scores of black patrons out of a blind pig on Detroit’s west side. He had a particular interest in two of the people being led away.
William Scott, known as Bill, was among a crowd of mostly young African Americans gathering to watch the police hustle club patrons into waiting paddy wagons.
No question what to call it He writes of growing anger at what he felt was the city’s racial oppression, where Detroit’s notoriously aggressive police were not shy about knocking heads on corners where black men lingered.
The annual North American International Auto Show, one of the largest such events in the U.
S., starts its engines this weekend with dozens of new production vehicles and experimental concept cars. 12) As it turns out, an investor who purchased the dilapidated childhood home of Motown artist Diana Ross for a song from the city's redevelopment organization is now seeking to sell it — after gutting and updating it — for 2,500.
Area high school championship games were played Thanksgiving weekend.
Originally police reported three victims: two males, ages 14 and 15, and one 17-year-old female.