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I Left My Blood In San Francisco

By Wyatt Earp | July 11, 2005

Props to Michelle Malkin for exposing this disgusting story. This San Francisco police officer was surrounded and beaten to a bloody pulp by protestors at the G8 summit this weekend. The officer’s crime? Doing his job:

The department’s spokeswoman, Maria Oropeza, said the officer and his partner were driving on 23rd Street in response to a vandalism call when protesters threw a mattress underneath their patrol car.

“They got out to apprehend the suspects, at which point they were surrounded by a crowd,” Oropeza said. “One of the officers was struck on the head by an unidentified object.” Police arrested Cody Tarlow, 21, of Felton (Santa Cruz County), Doritt Earnst, 31, of Berkeley and a third suspect who refused to identify himself.

They were being held on suspicion of attempted lynching, malicious mischief, battery to a police officer, aggravated assault on a police officer with a deadly weapon and willful resistance to a police officer that results in serious bodily injury.

“The officer remains in the hospital in serious condition with brain swelling. He has developed a blood clot as a result of his injuries.”

The offenders – who, in my opinion, should get the death penalty – all wore the usual clothing ensemble of these cowards: ski masks and bandanas over their faces, and only attacked the officer (AND TRIED TO LYNCH HIM!) when he was outnumbered.

Thank God for Michelle Malkin, the Patron Saint of Police Officers. Without her piece, this story would have probably gone unnoticed.

Topics: The Job | 4 Comments »

4 Responses to “I Left My Blood In San Francisco”

  1. Damian G. Says:
    July 12th, 2005 at 12:51 am

    If anything could possibly bring tears to my eyes, THIS is it.
    Thanks to all of our fine men in blue.

  2. Dr. Phat Tony Says:
    July 12th, 2005 at 8:56 am

    Just another case of wacked out protestors. They protest violence then beat people up and break things. Lunacy.

  3. The Conservative UAW Guy Says:
    July 12th, 2005 at 1:01 pm

    I hope a long prison sentence awaits those asshats. Death penalty if he dies…

  4. Steve Says:
    July 13th, 2005 at 7:32 pm

    Thoughts and prayers to this officer and his family.

    these weren’t protestors they were cowards, no better than the terrorist that blow up innocent people and children.