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The San Francisco Police Officers' Association is calling on the chief of police to resign for his handling of a raid on a reporter's home. The reporter had refused to disclose the name of his source.

Political Fallout Escalates After SF Police Raid Journalist’s Office

By Sonja Hutson NPR
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