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|Protest SFPD Terrorism, against the Disabled and People with Mental Health issues|
|Date||Monday January 17|
|Time||12:00 PM - 3:00 PM|
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Corner of 10th and Howard, by the SF Behavioral Health Center, where a disabled, distraught man in a wheelchair was shot by SFPD
then march and Rally to SF City Hall, Polk Street entrance between McAllister and Grove.
|djasik87.9 [at] gmail.com|
|Address||2940 16th St #209 SF CA 94103|
January 17, 2011,
On MLK Day,
NOON : Protest SFPD Terrorism, against the Disabled and People with Mental Health issues.
Monday, January 17, 2011
at 12 noon, we will march from the SF Behavioral Health Center on 10th & Howard,
(the site of the last SFPD shooting),
to SF City Hall.
At 12:45 PM, there will be a rally in front of City Hall,
demanding accountability from the city for the unconscionable terrorist tactics of Gascon’s police department,
as well as speakers offering progressive solutions to protect the public from unnecessary police violence.
* DEMAND THE IMMEDIATE SUSPENSION
& TERMINATION OF KILLER COPS!
* GEORGE GASCON: NO MORE LIES & DECEPTION !
You've been warned : SHAPE UP, OR SHIP OUT OF SF !
NO LESS THAN 5 Mentally Disabled people have been shot by the SFPD since January 2010 !
ENOUGH IS ENOUGH!
Join Education Not Incarceration, the Idriss Stelley Foundation,
and many other concerned residents & community-based organizations,
in commemorating the Birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
with a mobilization against police violence towards the disabled in San Francisco.
For more information, or request to speak,
please contact Education Not Incarceration.
djasik87.9 [at] gmail.com
“The whirlwinds of revolt will continue to shake the foundations of our nation until the bright day of justice emerges.”-Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
The SF Gang in Blue shot a distraught man, multiple times in the BACK of his wheelchair, after he threw his knife away,
at very close range with bean bags and a real bullet, now lodged into his groin
Chief Gascon first contended that the man was standing up when shot.
After the video of the shooting went viral, and was posted on the national police website PoliceOne.com, the next day, Gascon had to retract his outrageous lie and admit that the man was sitting in his wheelchair when shot.