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Leather mural honoring 4 slain Oakland police officers on display at County Fair

Original post made on Jun 22, 2010

Alameda County Fair-goers will have a unique opportunity starting tomorrow to view the intricately designed leather mural of four Oakland police officers who were slain last year in the line of duty.

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Posted by maja7
a resident of Vintage Hills
on Jun 22, 2010 at 11:45 am

I attended the Memorial for the 4 Oakland Police Officers with my oldest daughter out of respect for the four slain officers,their families and the job that Law Enforcement Officers everywhere/everyday. The Memorial Service was the most heart-wrenching event I have ever attended.

I look forward to paying respect/viewing the leather mural at the Fair.

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