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Tue Jan 4 2005Three Men Killed by Bay Area Police in Four Days
Tue Jan 4 2005Tasers and Guns Each Used in Two Fatal Cases South of San Francisco This Week
1/6/2004: Yesterday civil rights attorney John Burris announced that he had been retained by the family of Gregory Saulsbury, Jr.
1/4/2004: The San Jose Mercury News has reported three Bay Area police officer-involved deaths in the last 3 days. Two men died in San Mateo County on January 2nd after police were called for help with mental crisis situations. Tasers were used in both fatal cases on Sunday.
Tuesday: In Santa Clara, police officers shot and killed a motorist just after midnight last night, following a car chase in which the driver allegedly refused to pull over and then rammed a patrol car. The police say that the motorist was spotted driving eratically as officers were cleaning up a scene where a pedestrian had been killed by crossing a street. Police have not yet released the dead man's name. The case will be investigated by the Santa Clara County District Attorney's Office
Sunday: On January 2nd Greg Saulsbury died, Pacifica police say, after being stunned with Tasers, which use darts to deliver a 50,000-volt charge. His family had called 911 to say Saulsbury, who was 30 years old, was having difficulty breathing. His sister, Laneka Saulsbury, told the Mercury News her brother thought people were "after him'' and that he might have taken some kind of controlled substance. The police said that they tased him after a struggle, but his family denied that there had been a struggle.
In Redwood City on Sunday, an unidentified man who had allegedly been holding a machete-like knife and had lasted through an eight-hour standoff died after Tasers, rubber projectiles and pepper spray were used on him to no avail. After the man allegedly broke through a window, several officers shot and killed him. Police Capt. Scott Warner said the man's family called police early in the afternoon, saying that the man was acting strangely and had assaulted his nephew. When officers arrived, the man barricaded himself in the closet of a first-floor bedroom. A total of five officers, including members of a SWAT team, used lethal or non-lethal weapons on the man, and they are now all on paid administrative leave pending an investigation in the case.
Family First Aid Kit | Amnesty International Report About Tasers
Following Fast and Fancy City Council footwork, Freedom Sleepers return for 86th Time Monday Feb 27th 10:35 PM
Anaheim Erupts After Off-Duty Cop Shoots at Students (2 comments) Thursday Feb 23rd 11:54 PM
Santa Cruz Police Cooperate with ICE on Militarized Immigration Raids (2 comments) Thursday Feb 23rd 8:22 PM
Video Shows SCPD Blocking Media from Sean Arlt Killing Press Conference (3 comments) Thursday Feb 23rd 2:36 PM
Rain at Midnight? Freedom SleepOut #85 Faces Wettest Winter Monday Feb 20th 11:19 PM
Pack the Courthouse for Yuvette Henderson Sunday Feb 19th 2:44 PM
Statement on OPD shooting of white supremacist terror suspect Jesse Enjaian (1 comment) Saturday Feb 18th 8:48 PM
Sanctuary for All March In Fresno Saturday Feb 18th 4:16 PMMore Local News...
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After writers' appeal, US literary festival will proceed without Israeli government funds Monday Feb 27th 10:11 AM
Trump Administration's Plan to Use 100,000 National Guard Troops as Deportation Force Saturday Feb 18th 12:22 AM
This Week in Palestine, February 10, 2017 Friday Feb 10th 9:18 PM
Human slaughterhouse: Mass hangings and extermination at Saydnaya prison, Syria Tuesday Feb 7th 1:36 PM
Responsive Healthcare: Identifying and addressing needs of formerly incarcerated persons Friday Feb 3rd 2:17 AM
"We have a dream, may Hueyapan becomes autonomous municipality" Wednesday Feb 1st 1:26 AM
Defiant as Ever, Water Protectors Vow to Continue the Fight Against the Dakota ‘Black Snake’ Pipeline Monday Jan 30th 12:27 AM
Water Protectors Denied Access to Impartial Jury Pool: 77% of Eligible Jurors In Morton County Presume Guilt Monday Jan 30th 12:16 AMMore Global News...
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[Paris suburbs / France] Solidariy with Théo! Cops, outside of our lives! Monday Feb 27th 11:29 AM
Philippines: Unity Statement by February 25 Coalition Saturday Feb 25th 7:14 PM
Cower or Continue? (1 comment) Wednesday Feb 22nd 9:07 PM
The Long History of Human Incapacitation by Politics and the Press (1 comment) Tuesday Feb 21st 6:14 AM
Art of War : Executive Order Saturday Feb 18th 11:06 PM
Please Say No To Serially Executing Neil Gorsuch Thursday Feb 9th 4:35 PM
Milo Yiannopoulos event canceled after violence erupts Thursday Feb 2nd 8:13 AM
People at a forum called 4chan are trying to entrap undocumented people (1 comment) Thursday Jan 26th 8:12 PMOpen Newswire...
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