Oct 20, 2015

S.F. police chief says officer had no choice but to shoot to kill - SFGate

S.F. police chief says officer had no choice but to shoot to kill Just moments before he was shot by police last week, Herbert Benitez was with his mother at the main branch of the San Francisco Public Library in the city’s Civic Center neighborhood and told her he was just stepping out for a bite to eat. [...] instead of going out to get lunch, the 27-year-old man left the library and engaged...

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