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News, The Snitch DA Charges Former Cop With Blocking Rape Investigation

DA Charges Former Cop With Blocking Rape Investigation

A day after more racist texts exchanged between San Francisco police officers were revealed, this time between officers posted at Taraval Station — including one officer initially suspected of rape — District Attorney George Gascón has charged a former Taraval lieutenant…
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News, The Snitch Federal Review of SFPD Won't Be the Sweeping Civil Rights Probe Activists Hoped For

Federal Review of SFPD Won't Be the Sweeping Civil Rights Probe Activists Hoped For

When word got out yesterday that the Department of Justice would review the San Francisco Police Department, activists hoped that meant a sweeping investigation of the SFPD’s pattern of racial bias and civil rights violations, similar to federal probes…
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News, The Snitch Department of Justice to Investigate San Francisco Police Department

Department of Justice to Investigate San Francisco Police Department

Last week, District Attorney George Gascón sent a scathing letter to Mayor Ed Lee, accusing the latter of not being committed to police reform, and also calling out police Chief Greg Suhr for not cooperating with Gascón’s blue ribbon…
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News, The Snitch D.A. Blasts Mayor Lee and Police Chief Suhr For Not Cooperating With Misconduct Investigation

D.A. Blasts Mayor Lee and Police Chief Suhr For Not Cooperating With Misconduct Investigation

You’re not serious about addressing police misconduct or reforming police department culture. That’s the gist of a Jan. 28 letter that District Attorney George Gascón sent to Mayor Ed Lee.  As the Examiner reports, Gascón wants to know why,…
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News, The Snitch Identifying the Human Remains Found in Alamo Square Requires A Lot of Science and A Bit of Luck

Identifying the Human Remains Found in Alamo Square Requires A Lot of Science and A Bit of Luck

A gruesome surprise for an Alamo Square woman yesterday — human remains unearthed in her planter box — poses something of a forensic puzzle today: How do police begin an investigation when there’s not yet enough information to determine…
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News, The Snitch Washington Post Uncovers Six 'Top Secret' Government Contractors in San Francisco

Washington Post Uncovers Six 'Top Secret' Government Contractors in San Francisco

The Washington Post today rolled out its eagerly awaited investigative project, "Top Secret America." The multimedia production -- including video, databases, an interactive map, and a series of stories by Post aces Dana Priest and William M. Arkin -- attempts…
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News, The Snitch PG&E's New Definition of 'A Few' Faulty SmartMeters: 43,000

PG&E's New Definition of 'A Few' Faulty SmartMeters: 43,000

After earlier insisting that only "a few" of its SmartMeter customers were incorrectly billed, PG&E has now been forced to admit it has no idea what the total is -- but tens of thousands were installed improperly and even more…
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