"There you are Sergeant. The Field Commander has been looking for you and Sergeant Wilson."
The CP desk was a Sergeant, too. And cute.
He is wearing an impeccable uniform.
His shoes are like mirrors.
Jamie checks out his name tag.
"He wants to see both of us. Wilson is already waiting."
"He said he didn't know where you were."
"Not much of an example for the rookie, huh."
Jamie: "Thank you, Sergeant." Jamie snaps,
"I'll be on the LAX Field Command Desk"
"For a quick catch up. I'll be right in."
Jamie sits at the desk and opens
The Newspaper Article Reads,
"The Fire Department with lights 'n sirens "on"
roll down US 101 in a test run."
The Snap Shot of A Local Fire Truck in Action,
The Back Drop of Business Windows
Smeared With Lip Stick Red,
'Blood Blood Blood.'
The Watts Riots 1965
The Multi Media Script
Los Angeles, California
August 11th- 16th
An intriguing slice of life of Los Angeles Police Sergeant Jamie DeFina. She demonstrates the unique complexities of the authentic LAPD
and the loving relationship with LAFD Chief, Rueben Medina.
Sergeant Jamie is thrown into the role of Commanding Officer when she inadvertently becomes the senior officer in charge during simultaneous major events in the West San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles.
Riots, a murdered officer and a devastating brush fire combine with the arrest of a LAPD Officer by the California Highway Patrol.
Blood Blood Blood
The Making of
The Multi Media Presentation,
"The Watts Riots"
Business Windows Identify Proprietors
"The Department was short on guns and the city
was suffering from the damages to small
businesses at an alarming rate."
"Police Departments all over The Country begun sending guns through Sears Department Stores
who distributed guns to
The Los Angeles Police Department."
"I remember seeing the business windows
marked with red lipstick,
the word, "Blood."
"News Reports Came Out Over The Radio."
"The People Trapped on The Freeway."
"The Business Owners
marked their windows to identify
themselves as "Blood" (s)
in an attempt to stop looters
from destroying business property."
"People Had To Stay Home."
"Yet, rows of businesses were burn to the ground,
destroying the buildings and the business inventory."