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oops i did it again

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by gabe rock, Feb 5, 2003.

  1. gabe rock

    gabe rock New Jack

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    Ocean Beach resident says slain transient was 'lovable bum'

    By Joe Hughes
    February 5, 2003

    A homeless man described as a "lovable bum who wouldn't hurt anybody" was shot and killed by police yesterday after he advanced toward officers while clutching a hunting knife in Ocean Beach, authorities said.

    For California cities, statistics exist comparing killings by police and murders which the police are supposed to investigate. San Jose, in booming Silicon Valley, leads in this grisly comparison with 5.8 police killings per 100 murders, followed by San Diego with 5.3 and San Francisco with 4.1. At 2.2 police killings per 100 murders, Los Angeles is tied with Oakland.