SF Paper Reports on Unprovoked Train Attack on Same Day It Asks Why People Won’t Ride Train
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AJ disclaimer but, heard it on the morning news here too.

SF Paper Reports on Unprovoked Train Attack on Same Day It Asks Why People Won’t Ride Train

[b][b]Bay Area newspaper reported on an unprovoked train attack occurring in Oakland on the same day it asked why people stopped riding the train.[/b][/b]

On Wednesday afternoon, the San Francisco Chronicle said that “a man was beaten with a chain in an unprovoked attack aboard a BART train during Tuesday evening commuting hours, leaving him with injuries that required hospital treatment, officials said.”


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“The suspect hit the victim and struck him with a chain that BART [Bay Area Rapid Transit] officials said was possibly a bike lock,” the outlet reported. “The suspect fled the train at Lake Merritt Station and has not been apprehended.”



“He is described as a white man in his 30s wearing a white t-shirt, black sweatpants and a beanie and carrying two plastic bags.”



Earlier that morning, the very same San Francisco Chronicle reported that “BART has lost nearly 10 million passengers on nights and weekends” and asked “can it lure them back?”

https://www.newswars.com/sf-paper-report...ide-train/


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(02-13-2020, 10:35 PM)Max Gravity Wrote: AJ disclaimer but, heard it on the morning news here too.

SF Paper Reports on Unprovoked Train Attack on Same Day It Asks Why People Won’t Ride Train

[b][b]Bay Area newspaper reported on an unprovoked train attack occurring in Oakland on the same day it asked why people stopped riding the train.[/b][/b]

On Wednesday afternoon, the San Francisco Chronicle said that “a man was beaten with a chain in an unprovoked attack aboard a BART train during Tuesday evening commuting hours, leaving him with injuries that required hospital treatment, officials said.”


[Image: 021320headline1.jpg]
“The suspect hit the victim and struck him with a chain that BART [Bay Area Rapid Transit] officials said was possibly a bike lock,” the outlet reported. “The suspect fled the train at Lake Merritt Station and has not been apprehended.”



“He is described as a white man in his 30s wearing a white t-shirt, black sweatpants and a beanie and carrying two plastic bags.”



Earlier that morning, the very same San Francisco Chronicle reported that “BART has lost nearly 10 million passengers on nights and weekends” and asked “can it lure them back?”

https://www.newswars.com/sf-paper-report...ide-train/

It is simple.  People do not want to be assaulted while riding on rapid transit.

California keep it up.  Soon, no one will want to go anywhere because of the criminals that are being released from custody.

Wherever Libtards take control, the place goes to hell.
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Quote:"Oakland"



Oakland, Cal. = Black Gang Violence.

Oakland, Florida = Corrupt Police Force.

Put those together and they might cancel each other out.
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(02-13-2020, 11:58 PM)phxsparks Wrote:
(02-13-2020, 10:35 PM)Max Gravity Wrote: AJ disclaimer but, heard it on the morning news here too.

SF Paper Reports on Unprovoked Train Attack on Same Day It Asks Why People Won’t Ride Train

[b][b]Bay Area newspaper reported on an unprovoked train attack occurring in Oakland on the same day it asked why people stopped riding the train.[/b][/b]

On Wednesday afternoon, the San Francisco Chronicle said that “a man was beaten with a chain in an unprovoked attack aboard a BART train during Tuesday evening commuting hours, leaving him with injuries that required hospital treatment, officials said.”


[Image: 021320headline1.jpg]
“The suspect hit the victim and struck him with a chain that BART [Bay Area Rapid Transit] officials said was possibly a bike lock,” the outlet reported. “The suspect fled the train at Lake Merritt Station and has not been apprehended.”



“He is described as a white man in his 30s wearing a white t-shirt, black sweatpants and a beanie and carrying two plastic bags.”



Earlier that morning, the very same San Francisco Chronicle reported that “BART has lost nearly 10 million passengers on nights and weekends” and asked “can it lure them back?”

https://www.newswars.com/sf-paper-report...ide-train/

It is simple.  People do not want to be assaulted while riding on rapid transit.

California keep it up.  Soon, no one will want to go anywhere because of the criminals that are being released from custody.

Wherever Libtards take control, the place goes to hell.

THIS^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
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(02-14-2020, 12:41 PM)Apache54 Wrote:
(02-13-2020, 11:58 PM)phxsparks Wrote:
(02-13-2020, 10:35 PM)Max Gravity Wrote: AJ disclaimer but, heard it on the morning news here too.

SF Paper Reports on Unprovoked Train Attack on Same Day It Asks Why People Won’t Ride Train

[b][b]Bay Area newspaper reported on an unprovoked train attack occurring in Oakland on the same day it asked why people stopped riding the train.[/b][/b]

On Wednesday afternoon, the San Francisco Chronicle said that “a man was beaten with a chain in an unprovoked attack aboard a BART train during Tuesday evening commuting hours, leaving him with injuries that required hospital treatment, officials said.”


[Image: 021320headline1.jpg]
“The suspect hit the victim and struck him with a chain that BART [Bay Area Rapid Transit] officials said was possibly a bike lock,” the outlet reported. “The suspect fled the train at Lake Merritt Station and has not been apprehended.”



“He is described as a white man in his 30s wearing a white t-shirt, black sweatpants and a beanie and carrying two plastic bags.”



Earlier that morning, the very same San Francisco Chronicle reported that “BART has lost nearly 10 million passengers on nights and weekends” and asked “can it lure them back?”

https://www.newswars.com/sf-paper-report...ide-train/

It is simple.  People do not want to be assaulted while riding on rapid transit.

California keep it up.  Soon, no one will want to go anywhere because of the criminals that are being released from custody.

Wherever Libtards take control, the place goes to hell.

THIS^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
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Now happening in NYC subway.

http://www.stationgossip.com/2021/11/ain...-bike.html

Got to strap myself to a pole until my train comes.  Nobody going to push me into oncoming trains.
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