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BART protestors, now numbering about two dozen, demonstrate again

Original post made on Sep 13, 2011

About two-dozen anti-BART protesters marched along San Francisco's Market Street Monday evening in the fifth consecutive Monday rush-hour demonstration organized by the hacker group "Anonymous."

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Posted by Concerned Californian
a resident of Valley Trails
on Sep 13, 2011 at 2:26 pm

The media need to stop their coverage of this weekly moronathon. The protestors aren't hurting BART brass, they're hurting people who have to make a living by preventing/impeding their safe return to their families. Bay Area "protestors" (e.g., agitators) love to protest when people of a certain race don't comply with police and then pay the consequences. And I believe this gentleman in question is the one where forensic experts agreed the bullet that took his life came from his own gun, not that of police. However, no one seems to bat an eye when undoubtedly innocent Germans, or Chinese business owners and software engineers are gunned down or beat to death by thugs - after complying with the thugs who rob them. No marches, no outrage. It just goes to show how much liberalism has ruined the Bay Area. The trustfunder, the cop-killer and thug are the hero; hard-working citizens are in contempt.


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Posted by steve
a resident of Another Pleasanton neighborhood
on Sep 13, 2011 at 2:31 pm

P.S. ... and don't call me racist, because I have some German blood in me as well.


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on Jun 4, 2017 at 10:37 pm

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