San Francisco Four Days Before Big Quake

No.  We’re not referring to appalling “Not Guilty” verdict in the Kate Steinle Murder trial, but the actual  ‘Great’ San Francisco Earthquake of April 18, 1906.  From History.com,

The earthquake occurred at 5:13 a.m. local time, with its epicenter offshore of San Francisco, which then had a population of approximately 400,000 people.

The greatest devastation resulted from the fires that quickly followed the quake. The initial tremors destroyed the city’s water mains, leaving firefighters with no means of combating the growing blaze, which burned for several days and consumed much of the city. More than 3,000 people perished and more than 28,000 buildings were destroyed in the disaster. Additionally, some 250,000 of San Francisco’s residents were made homeless. Damages were estimated at around $500 million (in 1906 dollars).

Kate Steinle Murder Trial Juror Comments On Verdict

From CBS-SFBayArea, “Jury Finds Garcia Zarate Not Guilty In Steinle Murder Trial“.

Unnamed juror from the Kate Steinle Murder Trial is overheard saying, “Suck on that Donald ‘Effing Trump.”

Jurors Thursday afternoon acquitted the illegal immigrant accused of killing Kate Steinle as she walked with her father on a crowded San Francisco pier of all charges except for felony possession of a firearm.

A spokesperson for the Superior Court of California made the announcement that the jury had reached a verdict shortly after 3 p.m. Shortly after 4:30 p.m., the shocking verdict was announced that Jose Ines Garcia Zarate was found not guilty of all charges except for the gun possession charge.

Sources close to the jury claim that most of the jury deliberations focused on how best to send President Donald Trump a message about not messing around with ‘Sanctuary California’.

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