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Chinese Voice Anger in Community Meeting

Sing Tao Daily, Posted: Apr 03, 2010

SAN FRANCISCO At the San Francisco Police Commissions community meeting on Wednesday night, many Chinese residents in the Bayview District voiced their anger, saying they could not tolerate their community members continuing to be victimized on the streets and on public transportation in the area. Recently, three Chinese residents were reportedly attacked by African-American youths along the T-line street car route, and one elder victim, 83-year-old Chen Huan, died from his injuries. At the meeting, Police Captain Greg Suhr told the commissioners and the public that he has already increased enforcement on the T-line and they have 11 Chinese-speaking police officers in the district to provide language assistance. However, Chinese residents participating the meeting still voiced strong criticism of the police. Sing Tao reports that it is disappointing that the police commissioners did not take a stronger stand in confronting the police department.

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