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NO MORE STOLEN LIVES ! Press conf., re Black Youth killed by SFPD on 7-16-11
Monday July 18
3rd and Oakdale in SF Bayview, MUNI transp: T_lightrail & 24 Divisadero
|Contact Name||mesha Monge-Irizarry & Jeremy Miller|
|Email Address||djasik87.9 [at] gmail.com|
|Phone Number||415-595-8251 and 415-595-2894|
Monday, July 18 · 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Location Corner of 3rd & Oakdale, SF Bayview District
hosted by SF Education NOt Incarceration,
Idriss Stelley Foundation
& the SF Bayview Newspaper
Monday July 18, 2001, noon time
Corner of 3rd Street & Oakdale
(MUNI Transportation: T-Lightrail, 24 Divisadero)
On Saturday July 16, at 4:40 pm. a 19 yr Youth was shot 6 to 10 times by SFPD, and his lifeless body was left in plain view in a pool of blood.
His heinous crime... lack of a MUNI transfer.....
This killing happened 13 days after the lethal shooting of homeless Charles Blair Hill on a Civic Center BART platform by BART police
ENOUGH IS ENOUGH ! NO MORE STOLEN LIVES!
The Bayview community and grassroots entities fighting against police terror are engaging the press and our shattered community to bring light on this senseless killing.
The People demand the creation of a SF Civilian Review Board !
We also demand an independent FBI investigation of this latest PD Homicide.
SF Current DA George Gascon, as former SFPD Chief, encounters a major conflict of interests and should NOT be involved of the investigation,
This new PD assassination will be addressed on an ongoing basis, until our demands are met,
and also addressed in the forefront of our later critical mass event in front of SF City Hall,
on Saturday, August 20, 2011, 2 to 5 pm:
"FREEDOM FROM VIOLENCE & POLICE STATE TERROR"
FOR MORE INFO:
call Idriss Stelley Foundation hotline at 415-595-8251
Please join our FACEBOOK group under 'Idriss Stelley Foundation'
for continuing law enforcement accountability coverage , locally and nationwide.
In Unity & Respect
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