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Protesters Vandalize SFPD Station

May 01, 2012  | 

Vandals splattered paint and broke a window Monday night at the Mission District Police Station on Valencia Street after a large group marched from Dolores Park.

"It was like the station was under seige," one officer told the San Francisco Chronicle.


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Ken @ 5/1/2012 8:13 PM

Members of "occupy wall street" gang in action, I suppose. What a group of monumental losers, scumbags, worthless folk. The need to be shipped to Afghanistan so they can do their dirty work in lieu of American's finest soldiers.

tmurphy44 @ 5/2/2012 5:48 AM

Three lines of type from the Chronicle!!? Where's the 'in-depth' reporting? If a copper would have maced or used a baton on these vandals they would have been all over it! Do some background on these nitwits, print it up! Let's hear about how well they all did in school, there disciplinary history, other trouble they might have been involved in. Let the nation know (or at least San Francisco) that the police are NOT THE BAD GUYS! I hope SFPD sues the little bastards for the damages they caused.

Rick @ 5/2/2012 8:51 AM

These idiots smack of socialist or communist rabble that rose up in the past to throw off the capitalist system only to find out later that they'd been duped and the system they put into place was completely against them.

[email protected] @ 5/18/2012 10:16 PM

Gee, did anybody get the name of this gang, oops, I mean "group'? Who were it's leaders? Should have been some arrests made but I don't see that mentioned. And who was on at the station? Lots of questions and no answers.

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