3rd killed by #SanDiegoSheriff’s in less then 2 weeks…#SDStolenLives

The incident happened at Poway Road and Vista View Drive at 5 a.m.
AUGUST 15, 2016 

Sergio Weick, 33 Shot and killed by sheriffs deputies in Vista. California ( North of San Diego) August 15, 2016 He was apparently not armed.

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Man who was shot by San Diego Sheriff’s in Vista last week has died. He has been id’d as 33 year old Sergio Meick. Police claim he was armed with knives and shotgun shells. ‪#‎JusticeForSergioMeick‬ ‪#‎SDStolenLives‬

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Join the efforts of United Against Police Terror – San Diego Af3irm San Diego Overpass Light Brigade – San Diego Artful Activist San Diego andLa Flor De La Resistencia as we mobilize for the 21th Annual October 22; National Day of Protest to Stop Police Brutality, Repression and the Criminalization of a Generation.

Those killed by every branch of Law Enforcement in SAN DIEGO is up to 600,

October 22nd is a day that people around the nation have mobilized every year since 1996 for a National Day of Protest to Stop Police Brutality, Repression and the Criminalization of a Generation. It is crucial that we bring forward a powerful National Day of Protest in cities and towns across the U.S. to challenge the ongoing violence against the people. This October 22nd, stand with thousands across the country to express our collective outrage, creativity, and resistance in response to the crimes of this system.

5pm Set up and poster making
5:30pm, KYR’s and information distribution
6pm Opening Blessing (Grupo Danza Azteca Quetzalhuitzilin) , Rally at City Heights Performance Annex, Speakers and Performance Artists
Candlelight March then have an OLB Action on the I-15 Overpass

How does Uaptsd.org count law enforcement perpetrated fatalities?
So far, we count with traditional reporting on witness statements, by monitoring regional news outlets, research groups, police scanner info and open -source reporting projects – crediting appropriately though our creative commons mission.

What is included in Uaptsd #StolenLives database?
Any deaths arising directly from encounters with law enforcement – by both on and off duty as well as retired officers. This will inevitably include, but not be limited to, people who were shot, tasered and struck by LEO (government and state) officers vehicles, a high speed chase initiated by an officer which led to the death of person suspected of a crime and any bystanders, family members and domestic partners of law enforcement as well those who died in custody, including jails, prisons and immigrant detention centers. We also report on MTS and other private security companies which equipp guards with police grade weapons who have used brutal force which was responsible for their death.

*******WEAR BLACK, FIGHT BACK!*******

***UPDATE, this event will be recorded, filmed by many and have media outlet’s there. FOR THE PROTECTION of individuals, people are welcome to wearing bandanas or something to conceal their face if they choose. IT is PERFECTLY LEGAL IN CA to conceal your face (be it mask, bandana, etc) of course any suspicious behavior from individuals we don’t know who are wearing masks- will also be recorded… Thank you.

United Against Police Terror – San Diego is disability affirmative, for any accommodation requests, please let us know as soon as possible.

Endorsing Organizations*
Artful Activist San Diego
Overpass Light Brigade – San Diego
La Flor De La Resistencia
IM MY OWN Blessing
South San Diego Inmate PP
The Movement Productions San Diego
Coalition Against Police Violence – CAPV
Endorsing Artists
Guerilla CON (Captivitized Opressed Neglected)

***If your organization would like to endorse this event, and help out please let us know***

More info to be announced. Check back for updates.
United Against Police Terror – San Diego
Twitter: UAPTSD
San Diego Killer Cops
Victims Murdered by San Diego Law Enforcement

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