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Al Gore Being Chauffeured Around By Ex-Cop Stacey Koon, Of Rodney King Beating Infamy

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May. 23 2014, Published 1:21 p.m. ET

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In proof it’s a small, small world, two key figures from the early 90s — for extremely different reasons — crossed paths in Los Angeles this week.

Former Vice Pres. Al Gore was in LaLa Land this week, and his limo driver to the airport was former LAPD sergeant Stacey Koon, one of the four police officers involved in the March 3, 1991 pummeling of motorist Rodney King, which subsequently led to the infamous Los Angeles riots of 1992.

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Koon, acquitted in the initial trial (spurring the riots), has worked as a driver for Los Angeles’ Music Express for the past two years.

Koon, in the video, twice Tased King, who died in 2012 at the age of 47.


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