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Saturday, February 27, 2016

JUSTICE OF AMILCAR PEREZ LOPEZ - HE WAS KILLED ON FEBRUARY 26, 2015 - THE AUTOPSY REVEALED THAT HE WAS SHOT - AT THE BACK OF THE HEAD - A MARCH WAS HELD AT 24TH AND FOLSOM - WE MARCHED TO THE SF POLICE STATION ON 17TH AND VALENCIA.













God forbid a death - where you are shot at the back of the head - by the San Francisco police - and it takes a long time - for some decent investigation - to reveal what really happened.

While all the time the parents - indigenous parents and others from Guatemala - wait for some information - about their young - son. 

Friends in San Francisco - traumatized by the actions of those that should protect us - but - again and again - the rogue ones - let us all down and disgrace San Franciscans.

The facts will be disclosed at the 450 Golden Gate -  the U.S. Federal Court  - March , 2016 - and thousands will gather- to hear - the TRUTH. The world will see and listen - and once again - San Francisco and those atrocities - that cry to heaven for justice - will resound - around the world.





A candlelight march by the Mission Police Station -
where prayers were recited - speech made -
while hundreds of SF Police Officers
secured their Mission Police Station -
everything went on well - without any incident  -
 peace, love, prevailing - and more holistic - until the end.

I walked slowly - with those marching - encouraging me on the way I made it to the Mission Police Station - a bit tired - but alive.

It pains  my heart that our Mayor is such a FOOL - the man has no clue what it means to be a Mayor. Mayor Edwin M. Lee has said not a word - about Amilcar Perez Lopez.

Amilcar Perez Lopes a young man - came here to the United States - after the CIA and other devious agents - took over the Guatemala government - and created division and divisiveness - forcing thousands to flee - Guatemala.

Thousands left Guatemala - much as they left El Salvador - and we in San Francisco - offered Sanctuary to those that needed compassion and help. San Franciscans must now - gather in force - to stand for our values - and stand tall and deal with Mayor Edwin M. Lee and other evil - politicians and authorities



Supervisor David Campos from
District 9 - himself once an undocumented
immigrant from Guatemala - spoke from
his heart - with those present - appreciating
his words and his presence.





Archbishop Franzo King - was at hand
to lend support - to those hurting in
San Francisco - he himself has been told
to evict his Church - in the Fillmore -
we will stand with him - and keep the enemy at bay -
we must stand together - and we must be united.

Hundreds gathered - children, women, men, seniors, others with challenges to walk, hear, and with compromised health - we all marched - together to send Mayor Edwin M. Lee and his lackeys - that all is NOT well - in San Francisco.

More the people united are fed up of City Hall - the shootings and killing - the increase in petty crime - the high rents that have pushed over 40, 000 - away from San Francisco - never, ever to return to the City they contributed so much.

San Franciscans by large measure - unlike those that hoodwink the constituents at large - are decent. We stand together - and we sing and make speeches - and exercise our rights - laid down in the Constitution.


As with Amilcar Prez Lopez -
here is Francisco Herrera
singing - in words - Spanish and English - and reminding us
 not only of Amilcar Perez Lopez - Alex Nieto -
Mario Woods and many more -
all killed and murdered by the police.

Again and again we are called to march - to have meetings - at which the spies and other come - to report to those that think - they can keep us down. 

We are united and we speak with one voice - we will not sell out - like Amos Brown - and those sell outs - to take stale crumbs to sell out the community. 

This time around - we will watch them like a hawk. 



Ross Mirkarimi and his family 
was there and so were other families
walking in unity - to stand for what is right.




A relative of Amilcar Perez Lopes
reveals to us - all the good things
Amilcar did in his life -
and how  he helped his village in Guatemala.




A neighbor who took upon herself to
organization her block - then the City
and now the entire Bay Area and beyond -
we must strand united 
to fight injustice - and more stand by
the indigenous people who we must embrace.




We will march - for sure speak up - 
we have the rights that must protect us -
we pay those to protect us -
trust in a two way process -
respect is critical and mutual -
again and again and again -
those that "swear " to protect - fail - and shame us all.