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  •  I lived there when it happened (6+ / 0-)

    The woman's name was Cara Knott.  The difference is that the officer didn't kill her in the line of duty - he pulled her over in the dead of night, and strangled her.  He'd been pulling over women on that stretch of highway for a while.

    The bridge where she was murdered is now named for her.

    "He that would make his own liberty secure must guard even his enemy from oppression." -Thomas Paine

    by sierrak9s on Fri Dec 21, 2012 at 08:49:03 AM PST

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    •  asdf (5+ / 0-)
      ...The difference is that the officer didn't kill her in the line of duty...
      Um.....
      On the night of December 27, 1986, 20-year-old Cara Knott was driving south on Interstate 15 from her boyfriend's home in Escondido to her parents' home in El Cajon, when Peyer, who was on duty in a marked CHP patrol car, directed Knott to pull off the freeway on an unfinished off-ramp.

      Sadly, everything Communism said about itself was a lie. Even more sadly,, everything Communism said about Capitalism was the truth.

      by GayIthacan on Fri Dec 21, 2012 at 12:19:37 PM PST

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      KenBee

      Another difference is CHP vs. local police.  I'm not sure what the exact Oscar Grant Movement claim is.

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