Rodney Glen King (April 2, 1965 – June 17, 2012) was an African-American construction worker who, while on parole for robbery, became nationally known after being beaten with excessive force by Los Angeles police officers following a high-speed car chase on March 3, 1991. George Holliday, a resident in the nearby area, witnessed the beating and videotaped much of it from the balcony of his nearby apartment.
Chapter 18: We even see a wolf and I know it's the real thing because it's too small to be one of the pack. It's a beautiful silver black and I watch it in awe for a while before it finally trots back into the forest.
The other half of Bismarck's fate (see HMS King George V photo nearby): HMS Rodney's three triple 16in gun turrets, all carried forward of the bridge. Rodney and her sister Nelson were the only 16 in ships to serve in the Royal Navy.