Protesters hold a rally on the steps of the Hall of Justice in San Francisco's SoMa District, on December 18 2015, at which they invited District Attorney George Gascon, to speak. (Connor Hunt/ Special to SF Examiner)

Justice for Mario Woods activists rally

Activists gather at the foot of the San Francisco Hall of Justice Friday, December 18, 2015 to bring awareness to police use of excessive force and call for the resignation or firing of SFPD Chief Greg Suhr. The protest was in response to the police shooting and killing of Mario Woods earlier this month. Friends and family gathered at Cornerstone Baptist Church in San Francisco’s Bayview District yesterday for the funeral of Woods, directly across the street from where Woods was killed.

Protesters hold a rally on the steps of the Hall of Justice in San Francisco's SoMa District, on December 18 2015, at which they invited District Attorney George Gascon, to speak. (Connor Hunt/ Special to SF Examiner)

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Protesters hold a rally on the steps of the Hall of Justice in San Francisco's SoMa District, on December 18 2015, at which they invited District Attorney George Gascon, to speak. (Connor Hunt/ Special to SF Examiner)

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