“I understand how a violent attack like this can shake a community and I am committed to ensuring that the defendant is held accountable, so that we send the strongest message that violence like this is unacceptable,” said District Attorney Brooke Jenkins. “I am sending strength to the victim as he continues his recovery, and we will do everything in our power to seek justice for the victim and the community that has been traumatized.”
according to Joe Alioto Veronese [wrong, he wasn't an eye witness], a prominent [wrong, only Joe thinks he is prominent] lawyer and former candidate for district attorney
he was approached [wrong, Don did the approaching and initiated things by bear spraying the other person] by three men [wrong, just a single person]
They [it was just one person] slashed his face with a knife [wrong, there was never a knife]
Supervisor Stefani, who called the victim a friend, linked the incident to San Francisco’s police officer shortage [um, no, it was because Don was a Techbro hero in bear spraying the deplorable homeless people]
Stefani tried to dispel any notion that she was fear mongering [wrong, you are totally fear mongering] because “this is what’s really happening,” [wrong, the truth eventually came out] ... “I believe it is a direct result of the fact that we do not have enough officers on our street.” [wrong, it was because of Don being a Techbro Hero and bear spraying the undesirables].
"it’s not safe anywhere. Nobody is safe in this city,” [wrong, SF is a very safe city as long as you don't attack people with bear spray] Alioto Veronese said