Please join with the family of Jesus Adolfo Delgado, tomorrow at 850 Bryant St. in San Francisco. The family is meeting with District Attorney George Gascon to discuss the case.
We ask that you stand outside and rally to show your support to the family and so DA Gascon knows that he needs to hold these killer cops accountable and put them in jail.
We will have a rally with chants from 4-4:50, then having the press conference at 5pm.
For more information contact: Susana Rojas
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Press Conference for Jesus Adolfo Delgado
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Host : Victor Picazo
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On Wednesday, April 4th, 2018, the family of Jesus Adolfo Delgado will be holding a press conference at the steps of the Hall Of Justice in San Francisco (850 Bryant St. San Francisco), on April 4th, 2018 after meeting with District Attorney George Gascon.
On Tuesday night, March 6th, 2018, Jesus Adolfo Delgado was in the trunk of a car when the San Francisco Police Department opened fired on him, shooting him 25 times, with a total 99 bullets fired by 10 police officers, while there was a womxn in the front seat of the passenger side. The police officers who opened fired on Jesus Adolfo Delgado are; Stephen Cassinelli, Corbyn Carroll, Loren Chiu, John Ishida, Juan Gustilo, Nicholas Nagai, Sean O’Rourke, Colby Smets, Ari Smith-Russack and Joshua Tupper. In an all too common response by the police, nineteen-year-old Jesus Adolfo Delgado was gunned down by an onslaught of bullets. Reminiscent of the murder of Alex Nieto, Amilcar Perez Lopez, Luis Góngora, Mario Woods, Jessica Williams, the list goes on, the trigger happy cops once again engage in warfare against Black and Brown people in San Francisco. The impunity with which SFPD kills and the complete cowardice of politicians who claim to speak for the most vulnerable in San Francisco, have allowed this terror to go on far too long.
Jesus Adolfo Delgado, an undocumented immigrant, hid because of fear of being deported. In a city that makes national headlines because it claims to be a “Sanctuary City,” it is an outrage that the guns of SFPD murder those who try to find protection from deportation. “I don’t want to be deported” was the last words that Jesus Adolfo Delgado said before he was wrongfully killed. We, the community, do not believe that an alleged armed robbery warrants a brutal death by a barrage of bullet shots. Jesus Adolfo Delgado was loved and respected among his peers and by his community.
- Justice for Jesus Adolfo Delgado
- Justice for all our victims of police brutality
- Jail killer cops
- Hold district attorney George Gascon accountable
- End police impunity
- Dismantle racism in the SFPD
- Reform SFPD crisis response
What: Press Conference for Jesus Adolfo Delgado
When: Wednesday, April 4th, 2018, 5pm
Where: Hall of Justice; San Francisco, California