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San Francisco Meeting Over OIS Shut Down by Protesters

March 24, 2015  | 

Protesters repeatedly shouted down San Francisco police chief Greg Suhr Monday night at a public meeting as he tried to explain why his officers shot and killed a 24-year-old woman last Tuesday.

Police say the officers shot Alice Brown, 24, after she sped away from a gas station at Van Ness Avenue and Pine Street, crashing into vehicles and a building, turning around and driving down a one-way street in the wrong direction and posing a danger to other motorists.

Suhr attempted to tell the police version of the shooting events to the small but hostile crowd at the meeting, but he was repeatedly interrupted by calls for his resignation and chants accusing the police of corruption, the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

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GI Joe @ 3/25/2015 6:00 AM

These ghetto loser thug p rotestors are ignorant, not intelligent and use the race card excuse for everything. No manners, common sense to allow the police chief to speak giving them their information. Just arrest them all.

plato's playdough @ 3/25/2015 6:19 AM

THIS is the story. It is reasonable to learn what a good person this lady was, before she drove her car recklessly, causing property damage, then turning around driving her car toward police and oncoming traffic.

Wonder what kind of figure-head she was for all the protestors?

kevCopAz @ 3/25/2015 3:39 PM

If I were the Chief, that would be the last public attempt at explaining the circumstances. They can wait until the investigation is over, if they don't iike it and "pull a Ferguson" then they can go to jail. You act like thugs, you deserve to be treated like thugs. When will these politicians and Chiefs learn that you can not talk to these type of folks? They don't want the truth, they want another false narrative so that they can run amuck.

kevCopAz @ 3/25/2015 3:40 PM

Het where the Chief of Richmond Ca again holding a sign saying "Black lives matter", or was this "victim" not Black, thus her life doesn't matter in the Chief (of Richmond) eyes

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