Mario Woods coalition at SF police union. Woods was fatally shot by police. They're here to support Kaepernick. pic.twitter.com/UnhyOHz1nK— carolyn tyler (@ctylerabc7) August 31, 2016
A rally got underway in front of the San Francisco Police Officer's Association late Wednesday morning, near 6th and Bryant.
The association sent a letter to the 49ers and the NFL, saying the quarterback has a lack of knowledge about shootings involving police.
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Meantime, Kaepernick is scoring support from some military vets on Twitter.
They're using the hashtag #VeteransForKaepernick.
Kaepernick says he'll continue his sitting protest at Thursday's preseason game in San Diego.
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SFPOA is normally open but closed during anti-police brutality protest. Demonstrators support 49er Kaepernick, pic.twitter.com/VvZnI1t2u7— carolyn tyler (@ctylerabc7) August 31, 2016