State Sen. Mark Leno, seeking to tighten accountability amid a national conversation over police shootings and a push for law enforcement reform in San Francisco, introduced a bill that would roll back a 1978 law and subsequent Supreme Court rulings that prompted cities to close police disciplinary cases to the media and the public.
Here’s the Police State reaction:
Harry Stern, an attorney who represents killer-cops all over the Bay Area, slammed the proposal.
San Francisco Police Officers Association officials will be among those fighting the legislation.
Alison Berry Wilkinson, another killer-cop attorney who represented the Berkeley Police Officers Association when the union fought to close police-misconduct proceedings.
Enjoy your Police State.