KPIX Eyewitness News report from August 23rd 1978 in San Francisco featuring scenes of residents from Bayview Hunters Point picketing downtown outside City Hall, in protest against the killing of "Mr James." Please note that the original KPIX-TV shot log described this item as follows: "PAPA CHARLIE: today the NAACP and Hunters Point residents demonstrated in front of City Hall to protest the exonerated 5 police officers involved with the killing of Papa Charlie on July 19 1978." Also includes an interview with a spokesman, who expresses his belief that: "If this incident had occured in the Richmond or the Sunset [districts], the individuals involved would be criminally prosecuted."
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