Emergency Press Conference: “Witnesses to a Police Murder are Mysteriously Dying”

When:
October 17, 2017 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
2017-10-17T13:00:00-07:00
2017-10-17T14:00:00-07:00
Where:
Altar for Luis Demetrio Gongora Pat
19th St & Shotwell St
San Francisco, CA 94110
USA

Two witnesses to the murder of Luis Demetrio Góngora Pat, by the SFPD have mysteriously died!

Emergency Press Conference

“Witnesses to a Police Murder are Mysteriously Dying”

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

1:00pm – 2:00pm

Altar for Luis Demetrio Gongora Pat

Shotwell & 19th Street

San Francisco

Info: https://www.facebook.com/events/368902096880444/

Witnesses to Police Murder of Luis Demetrio Gongora Pat are Dying. The People Launch an Investigation

As the trial of Luis Demetrio Gongora Pat, an innocent, unhoused, Mayan, Father, Husband, brother and Son who was killed 18 months ago on the streets of San Francisco approaches, the witnesses to his murder are mysteriously dying.

John Visor, a witness to the murder of Luis Demetrio Gongora Pat died in his single Room Occupancy (SRO) Hotel room on August 11th. Last week another person related to the case also died mysteriously in his SRO room in the same hotel.

“It is critical that the death of John Visor be examined by an independent agency to uncover any foul play that might have occurred,” said lawyer for the people Adante Pointer who has been working tirelessly on this case…Anytime someone dies like this we are suspicious about the circumstances given the implications his death may have against the Luis Gongora Pat case against the SFPD,” Pointer concluded.

“Both John and the second man involved who just died, Greg, were poverty scholars as we say at POOR Magazine, street scholars who struggled with houselessness and the trauma that is lodged in our collective heads in this post-colonial gentrified streets of amerikkklan, in this case the stolen village of Yelamu (aka San Francisco ), where people like Luis (Gongora Pat) were homeless because of gentrification, said Lisa Tiny Garcia, Co-editor of POOR Magazine and author of Criminal of Poverty ;Growing Up Homeless in America

“Myself and John’s sister Maria Martinez, have spoken with three medical examiners and they all had different stories, first he (John) was sitting on a chair, then he was on a desk, then he had marks on him, then something else, “ said the other witness and John’s partner, Stephanie Grant.

At the emergency press conference the community will be launching an investigation into the circumstances of both of these deaths of people related to the case.
Stories about John Visor’s life and death:

http://www.poormagazine.org/node/5696

https://missionlocal.org/2017/10/witnesses-lives-transformed-after-sf-police-shooting/

Info: POOR Magazine

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