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Old 02-25-2020, 08:44 AM
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San Francisco Police Investigate Racially Charged Attack On Can Collector Caught On Video

February 24, 2020 at 11:00 pm





SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Police in San Francisco are investigating an apparent racially fueled attack over the weekend targeting a man collecting cans in Hunters Point that was caught on video, according to authorities.

Video of the incident was posted on social media Sunday evening. The clip shows an older Asian man being taunted — and at points, chased and threatened — by at least two African-American men after they appear to have taken his shopping cart laden with garbage bags full of aluminum cans.

The area was later confirmed to be on Osceola Lane.

The confrontation, which happened in front of a crowd of onlookers outside a housing project in Hunters Point, turned uglier as one of the men loudly proclaims “I hate Asians!” and mocks the victim over the loss of his cans.

The clip created by user @nicholaaasli has amassed over 360,000 views on Twitter since it was posted 10:48 p.m. Sunday evening. Warning: Video contains harsh language.

please share this with your friends & family. this is so low, the older man was just trying to make ends meet for his family. he didn’t deserve this. this is ignorant, inhumane, & sickening. i’m praying for this man and his family. if you have any information, please reach out. pic.twitter.com/545xHFwPm4

— nikc (@nicholaaasli) February 24, 2020

A number of people commenting on the clip tagged the San Francisco Police Department’s Twitter account, asking authorities to investigate.
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SFPD: Arrest made in assault, robbery of elderly Chinese man collecting recyclables in Bayview
2/27/20

SAN FRANCISCO - San Francisco Police Chief Bill Scott on Thursday announced an arrest in the attack and robbery of an elderly Chinese man collecting recyclables in the Bayview that was captured on viral video.

The suspect, Dewayne Grayson, 20, was arrested on suspicion of robbery, hate crime, and elder abuse. Officers believe he was the one who recorded the incident. Investigators continue to search for a second suspect connected to the assault.



On Wednesday, authorities said they identified the victim in the video widely shared online that showed him being beaten and robbed of his recycled goods.
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SF district attorney withdraws charges against defendant in attack on Asian man
March 2, 2020



San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin withdrew charges on Monday against one of two suspects in a disturbing attack on an Asian man in San Francisco’s Bayview that was captured on video and prompted outrage from city leaders, officials said.

The district attorney’s office will pursue a “restorative justice” model against 20-year-old Dwayne Grayson, who was booked last week on suspicion of robbery, elder abuse, a hate crime charge and probation violation following the Feb. 22 incident.

Police said Grayson recorded the attack and posted it to social media.

Boudin charged him with elder abuse last week, but pulled back the charges after having a conversation with the victim, said Alex Bastian, a spokesman for the district attorney’s office. The victim has not been identified or spoken publicly about the incident.

“We’ve been in conversation with the victim who expressed interest in a restorative justice outcome in this case,” Bastian said. “Specifically, against the young person who videoed the incident. We respect victims and their desires, and we will explore a restorative justice outcome.”

Boudin campaigned on expanding restorative justice in the office before being sworn in this year. The model seeks to rehabilitate offenders through reconciliation with victims over punishment.

If restorative justice does not work, the district attorney’s office said it will still have the option to file criminal charges.

Police over the weekend arrested a second person in the case after a weeklong manhunt.

Jonathan Amerson
surrendered on Sunday at Bayview Station. He was booked on suspicion of two counts of robbery and two counts of elder abuse.

Police were expected to present the case to the district attorney’s office late Monday.

Police said Amerson, 56, had robbed the same victim two months before the attack that drew widespread shock and anger after it was posted on social media and started receiving thousands of views as it circulated on the internet.

The video shows a man identified as Amerson swinging a metal bar at the victim on Oceola Lane near La Salle Avenue while apparently taking his large collection of cans, police said.

“I hate Asians n—” one person is heard saying in the video.

The victim appears to be crying as bystanders mock him and put their cell phones in his face.



https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chesa_Boudin

Chesa Boudin



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Boudin was born in New York City to Jewish parents.[1] His parents, Kathy Boudin and David Gilbert, were Weather Underground members.[2]

When Boudin was 14 months old, his parents were arrested for murder in their role as getaway car drivers in the Brink's robbery of 1981 in Rockland County, New York.[1][3] His mother was sentenced to 20 years to life[4] and his father to 75 years to life for the felony murders of two police officers and a security guard.[5] After his parents were incarcerated, Boudin was raised in Chicago by adoptive parents Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn, who, like his parents, had been members of the Weather Underground.[6] Boudin did not learn to read until age 9, a phenomenon common to children of incarcerated parents.[7] Kathy Boudin was released under parole supervision in 2003.[3][8]
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2 more dead as a result of this nigger loving jew the morons elected prosecutor in SF..don't shed any tears for the white wimman...she was a nigger lover too

https://www.sfchronicle.com/crime/ar...F-15843538.php

Exclusive: Parolee accused of killing 2 pedestrians in S.F. allegedly stole car from date he met on app

Updated: Jan. 3, 2021 7:31 p.m

The parolee accused of fatally striking two pedestrians in downtown San Francisco on New Year’s Eve, speeding through a red light in a stolen Honda while intoxicated, allegedly swiped the car from a woman he had met on an app, leaving his date stranded outside a fast food restaurant in Daly City.

According to documents obtained by The Chronicle, the woman reported the Dec. 29 theft at Nation’s Giant Hamburgers to Daly City police that afternoon — two days before the tragic collision at Second and Mission streets in the South of Market neighborhood.

The woman told officers that she had been on a second date with Troy Ramon McAlister, 45, when he snatched her keys away from her at about noon as the two waited for an order of food. He peeled away in her gray 2017 Honda HR-V, she said, while giving her the middle finger.


The woman gave officers McAlister’s name and address and said he had shown her a 9mm pistol with an extended ammunition magazine. Daly City police soon identified McAlister as a parolee, the Dec. 29 police report shows, and wrote that they would follow up on the investigation five days later, on Sunday, Jan. 3.

Then on Dec. 31, Daly City police learned from San Francisco police that the Honda had been in the fatal wreck. McAlister was arrested after allegedly trying to flee the crash scene on foot, and they closed the case. The pistol was recovered, officials said.

The documents shed new light on the events leading to the tragedy that left 60-year-old Elizabeth Platt and 27-year-old Hanako Abe dead, and raise additional questions about whether more could have been done to prevent it.

Daly City officials did not respond to requests for comment on Sunday, and it is unclear whether officers attempted to make contact with McAlister after taking the theft report. Car thefts are fairly common crimes: San Francisco gets 10 to 20 reports per day, and Daly City investigates about 200 cases a year.

The fatal crash has already prompted criticism of San Francisco District Attorney Jew Chesa Boudin.

McAlister, who has a long criminal record, was on parole because he robbed a San Francisco store with a gun in 2015. Last April, under a plea deal with Boudin’s office, McAlister received a sentence of five years. With time served, he was released immediately.

In the months between his release and the crash, McAlister was arrested several times in San Francisco, on suspicion of crimes including car theft, auto burglary, possession of burglary tools and violating the terms of his parole. But the District Attorney’s Office did not charge him with any new crimes and instead referred the matter to state parole.

While details of each case have not been released, McAlister was repeatedly returned to the streets, only to allegedly commit more crimes.

Boudin has defended referring the cases to parole officers, who can seek to imprison those who violate the terms of their release. He said his office “believed there was a greater likelihood of him being held accountable.” But he conceded that it “was a mistake to think parole supervision would be adequate.”

A spokesperson for the state Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation said the agency’s parole office “followed all procedures after these incidents, including conducting investigations and making appropriate referrals for the individual.”

“None of the parolee’s arrests following his 2020 release have yet to result in the filing of criminal charges by the district attorney,”
the corrections spokesperson said.

https://sfist.com/2021/01/04/parolee...n-a-date-with/

Parolee Accused in Fatal Hit-and-Run Allegedly Stole Car In Daly City From Woman He Was on a Date With



https://www.nbcbayarea.com/news/loca...s-out/2436902/

Sister of (Nigger Loving WF) Victim in Deadly San Francisco Hit-and-Run Speaks Out

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Alison said her sister would have opposed the three strikes law that could have kept the man accused of killing her in prison for life instead of driving a car on New Year's Eve. Alison also said Liz likely would have opposed recalling the district attorney who some are now blaming, but added she probably would not have supported him either.

https://www.sfchronicle.com/crime/ar...k-15849055.php


27-year-old Hanako Abe

https://www.sfgate.com/bayarea/artic...s-15845990.php

'You are deflecting': KGO presses (((Chesa Boudin))) on his handling of SF hit-and-run suspect


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