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Gwendolyn Woods, mother of Mario Woods, embraces San Francisco District 9 Supervisor David Campos after the San Francisco Board of Supervisors unanimously voted to approve Mario Woods Remembrance Day to be held on July 22nd, Mario Woods' birthday, in the city and county of San Francisco, Calif., Tuesday, January 26, 2016.

The Police Officers Association (POA) sent Board President London Breed a letter insisting that the city should honor officers killed in the line of duty instead of Mario Woods following the board's unanimous vote. A week prior to the vote, an estimated 100 members of the POA showed up during a San Francisco Police Commission meeting to support the five officers who fatally shot Woods in December 2015.
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Gwendolyn Woods, mother of Mario Woods, embraces San Francisco District 9 Supervisor David Campos after the San Francisco Board of Supervisors unanimously voted to approve Mario Woods Remembrance Day to be held on July 22nd, Mario Woods' birthday, in the city and county of San Francisco, Calif., Tuesday, January 26, 2016.<br />
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The Police Officers Association (POA) sent Board President London Breed a letter insisting that the city should honor officers killed in the line of duty instead of Mario Woods following the board's unanimous vote. A week prior to the vote, an estimated 100 members of the POA showed up during a San Francisco Police Commission meeting to support the five officers who fatally shot Woods in December 2015.