Posts Tagged ‘francisco’

SF Ordinance 130764, Signed by Mayor Ed Lee in October 2013, Deemed Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez Ineligible for Extended Detention

Friday, July 3rd, 2015

Here’s today’s release from the SFSD:

“San Francisco Sheriff’s Department Statement Regarding Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez

The San Francisco Sheriff’s Department (SFSD) is deeply saddened by the tragic death of Ms. Steinle and offer our sincere condolences to her family and friends.

Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez was booked into the San Francisco County Jail from federal prison on a local drug-related warrant on March 26, 2015. On March 27, 2015, Mr. Lopez-Sanchez was in San Francisco Superior Court on local charges which were dismissed by the court. SFSD began confirming that Mr. Lopez-Sanchez’s federal prison time had been completed. At the time Mr. Lopez-Sanchez was booked, federal transportation orders reflected two conflicting release dates. SFSD verified that Mr. Lopez-Sanchez completed his federal prison sentence and was lawfully released from federal prison March 26, 2015. Once the SFSD confirmed that Mr. Lopez-Sanchez’s federal prison time had been completed and that he had no active warrants, he was released from San Francisco County Jail on April 15, 2015.

When Mr. Lopez-Sanchez was booked into the jail, there was no active Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) warrant or judicial order of removal for him. There was an ICE request for his detention. Once Mr. Lopez-Sanchez’s local criminal charges were dismissed, San Francisco Ordinance 130764, approved by the Board of Supervisors and signed by Mayor Ed Lee in October 2013, deemed him ineligible for extended detention. This also comports with the San Francisco Sheriff’s Department Policy on immigration detainers.

While over 300 municipalities throughout the state and country, including the City and County of San Francisco, have amended their policies regarding ICE detainers, ICE has not changed its policies or procedures to reflect that detainers are requests and not a legal basis to hold an individual. Courts including the Oregon Federal District Court in Miranda-Olivares v. Clackamas County (No. 3:12-cv-02317-ST) have ruled accordingly. In instances where a warrant or court order is obtained, individuals would be returned to ICE for deportation proceedings.”

Arresting: “Mike Jackson” Via Photographer Dallis Willard

Friday, April 26th, 2013

Once again, it’s Scissor Fight:

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Jerry Brown Throws Down: Criminal Music Companies to Pay for Music Fests Statewide in 2010

Monday, May 17th, 2010

California Attorney General Jerry Brown can’t abide goddamn record companies that fix prices. (Feel free to read that as record companies, straight up.) Anyway, when you bought all those Rico Suave CDs back in the day, you paid too much. 

Can I tell you how this all relates to the big scheme of things? No, I get my record co. antitrust lawsuits mixed up. But this whole deal probably had something to do with bad behavior by execs from Universal Music Group, Sony Music EntertainmentWarner Music Group, and/or EMI Group.

But that doesn’t matter now. What matters that these melon-farmers are going to own up for past misdeeds by paying for statewide music festivals.

El Protector De La Gente, Jerry Brown:

via Thomas Hawk

Check it:

Alameda Los Angeles San Bernardino Solano
Butte Marin San Diego Sonoma
Calaveras Mendocino San Francisco Stanislaus
Contra Costa Mono San Joaquin Tehama
Del Norte Monterey San Luis Obispo Ventura
El Dorado Napa Santa Barbara Yolo
Fresno Nevada Santa Clara Yuba
Humboldt Orange Santa Cruz  
Inyo Plumas Shasta
Kern Riverside Sierra
Lassen Sacramento Siskiyou

 

January April July October
February May August November
March June September December

Enjoy.

Brown and Arts Council Host Statewide Music Festivals Funded by a Price-Fixing Settlement
SACRAMENTO -Yodeling, operas, musicals, Japanese drumming and symphonies are among the summer events around the state sponsored by more than a half million dollars from a Department of Justice settlement with music companies in a case of fixing advertised prices.

Attorney General Edmund G. Brown Jr. and the California Arts Council today announced dozens of musical presentations during this summer’s festival season and throughout 2010. Visit the California Arts Council’s website for a full listing of concerts and events benefiting from the grants:
http://www.cac.ca.gov/programs/doj/.

“The Attorney General’s office is proud to be part of providing these cultural events that bring people together to experience all types of music. It’s affordable because of our ability to provide discounted tickets,” Brown said, “and these performances are a testament to the incredible richness and diversity of the state’s music.”

The grants support performances and events in 43 of the state’s 58 counties, reaching an estimated audience of 200,000.

All the deets, after the jump

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Soul Slam IV: Prince vs. Michael Jackson – The Final Battle in San Francisco Tomorrow

Friday, September 18th, 2009

Soul Slams I, II, and III ended without a clear winner, but tomorrow, well, things should be different. I mean if Michael Jackson can’t win Soul Slam IV this year, of all years, well, then he never will. Now, the King of Pop has the height but Prince, he has the reach so keep that in mind tomorrow night when you’re wagering at the musical squared circle that is the Mezzanine at Triple Four Jessie in the SoMA, doors at 9:00 PM.

And remember, early-ass arrival is “highly suggested.” It’s Going to be on, per Tamara Palmer

As seen on Fulton. Click to expand:

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Too fat, fat you must cut lean.
You gotta take the elevator to the Mezzanine,
Chump, change, and it’s on, super bon bon
Super bon bon, Super bon bon.

PRINCE & MICHAEL JACKSON
 
featuring
DJ SPINNA
along with
PROOF | HAKOBO | KING MOST
 
Mezzanine 444 jessie street, sf 
21+ | Doors 9pm-4am

There will be 200 tickets at the door 9pm.
 
LIMITED PRESALES AVAILABLE AT:
http://going.com/soulslam
 
 
fresco, Massive Selector & Keistar are proud to bring you the 4th installment of a not-to-be-missed event to heat up our Indian Summer in the beautiful Bay Area:
SOUL SLAM: PRINCE AND MICHAEL JACKSON
At MEZZANINE (444 Jessie Street, San Francisco) this Saturday, September 19.
Don’t miss the ultimate celebration of musical marvels! On the cut, we’ve got DJ SPINNA rockin’ the best of the King of Pop and his Royal Clan (Jackson 5, Jermaine, Janet, Rebbie, MJ covers & More) and Prince and all his Disciples (Sheila E, The Time, Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis, Alexander O’ Neal, Vanity 6, Apolonia, Morris Day & More).
Plus the Bay Area’s prodigal sons Hakobo, Proof & King Most warmin’ up the dance.

Don’t miss an unforgettable evening of non-stop soul music celebrating 2 of music’s biggest icons.
 
This is one of the biggest events of the year! Early-ass arrival highly suggested. Capacity will be reached. Pick up your presale tickets now!
SOUL SLAM IV is dedicated to the life, memory, and music of the KING OF POP,  MICHAEL JACKSON. rest in power…

The Ferry Building’s Port of San Francisco, or is it “PORT F SAN RANCISCO”?

Monday, March 16th, 2009

The touristas coming in on the ferry boats might almost believe the PORT F part of this scene, but the “RANCISCO” part gives away the fact that a couple of letters were missing on this evening.

It looks nice nevertheless.

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