San Francisco Police Finally Release Names of Cops Involved In Shooting Death Of Alex Nieto. Now We Know Why They Tried To HIde It

From Adriana Camarena

Posted in Justice 4 Alex Nieto, killed by SFPD

Photo: @violentfanon - FTP march, xmas day

Photo: @violentfanon – FTP march, xmas day

Dear supporters, so it comes as no surprise that one of the officers involved Lt. Sawyer, promoted after killing Alex, had already been involved in another questionable killing alongside none other than Furminger. (Furminger was convicted on federal felony charges last month. Furminger is also one of the killers of La Mesha Irizarry‘s son- Idriss Stelley) The backgrounds of these officers must be publicly scrutinized.

“Lt. Jason Sawyer and officers Roger Morse, Richard Schiff and Nathan Chew were involved in the fatal shooting of Alejandro Nieto, 28, on Bernal Hill on March 21, police said.

Lt. Sawyer, now of Park station, was a sergeant at the time of the shooting and a longtime veteran of the department. In 1998, he was involved in the fatal shooting of ad executive John Smart after Smart allegedly used his Mercedes-Benz to pin Officer Ian Furminger to a parking meter.

Both officers were awarded the gold medal of valor for their involvement in the 1998 shooting, though an internal investigation and Office of Citizens Complaints probe had not been completed. Furminger was convicted last month of taking and dividing up thousands of dollars found during searches of drug dealers and their homes, and depriving suspects of their rights. ”

For Updates: http://justice4alexnieto.org/

For More INFO Read Local MSM:

SF Chronicle : http://www.sfgate.com/bayarea/article/SFPD-names-officers-involved-in-the-Alex-Neito-5991200.php

MIssion Local: http://missionlocal.org/2015/01/names-of-officers-involved-in-nieto-shooting-released/

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