Aug 15, 2015

Court reopens vandalism case against Occupy Oakland protester - SFGate

A state appeals court has reopened the case of an Occupy Oakland protester who was convicted of smashing windows at police headquarters in November 2011, but claims the prosecution withheld police videos that undermine the evidence against him. A police officer identified Aguirre as the man in black clothing and goggles who used a metal folding chair to smash six windows and a door at a police...

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