Dramatic Divide Between Cops, Protesters at S.F. Police Commission Meeting


San Francisco police officers in plainclothes walk past a line of uniformed officers and out of a Police Commission meeting Jan. 20. Photo by Alex Emslie/KQED

By Alex Emslie, KQED News Fix

There was more than one crowd gathered to speak about the fatal officer-involved shooting of Mario Woods at Wednesday’s meeting of the San Francisco Police Commission, and the division was palpable.

In one corner, a group of about 100 off-duty San Francisco police officers stood with their union reps and attorneys. Groups calling for a federal investigation into the Woods shooting and murder charges for the officers involved filled the other side of the room. 

Read the complete story at KQED News Fix.  

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