Posted on October 9, 2007

Press Release: Tenth Annual Zebra Victims’ Memorial Service

European/American Issues Forum, October 9, 2007

To: Mayor Gavin Newsom, Members of the Board of Supervisors, Members of the San Francisco Police Commission, Chief of Police Heather Fong, Archbiship of San Francisco, Chief Rabbi of San Francisco, San Francisco Interfaith Council and the Citizens of San Francisco. Please Attend and Honor the 1973/74 Zebra Victims at the October 19, 2007 12:00 Noon Service on the Plaza Side Steps of City Hall.

The Murdered VICTIMS: Quita Hague; Frances Rose; Saleem Erakat; Paul Dancik, Marietta DiGirolmo; Ilario Bertuccio; Neal Moynihan; John Doe #169; Tana Smith; Vincent Wollen; John Bambic; Jane Holly; Thomas Rainwater; Nelson Shields IV.

News Release Contact L. Calabro (650) 312-8284

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People of All Races Are Invited to the



San Francisco, October 08, 2007. The European/American Issues Forum will hold its Tenth Annual Zebra Victims Memorial Services in memory of the forgotten innocent victims of violent crimes. Quita Hague (neé Pirelli-Minetti) and her husband were the first official victims and were abducted and driven to an isolated railroad track area where they were violently attacked. Quita died, but her husband Richard miraculously lived.

The Tenth Annual Zebra Victims Memorial Services are scheduled for Friday, October 19, 2007, at 12:00 Noon to 1:00 PM on the Plaza Side steps of San Francisco’s City Hall. The victims, family, friends and police officers touched by the case have been invited.

One of the purposes of this years Memorial Service, in addition to remembering the Zebra Victims of the most heinous of crimes, is to seek to have the City of San Francisco install a Memorial to the Memory of these most innocent victims. A Resolution in support of the goal will be presented to the San Francisco Board of Supervisors for passage,

The following will be the CLOSING PRAYER at the Memorial Service:

God of mercy, we remember all those who lost their lives in these tragic killings thirty years ago. We honor their lives cut abruptly short and reverence their precious memories. May we never forget them, and may they live forever in your endless light.

We ask for your special grace upon the victims’ grieving families; strengthen and comfort them as they continue to struggle with the loss of their loved ones. We ask for healing of our own difficult emotions and troubled spirits. Give us the strength of heart and mind to seek the truth and bring about justice.

We pray for a healing of the divisions in our country; that all forms of discrimination will be banished from our hearts, our society, and our laws, and that as a nation we will come to respect all people equally.

We commend the victims of the Zebra killings to your everlasting care and remembrance. This is our benediction.

The European/American Issues Forum is a moderate and thoughtful civil rights organization dedicated to the eradication of discrimination against and defamation of European Americans. We do not denigrate or slur other racial/ethnic groups and welcome those who support our policy. Established 1997, San Mateo County, California

I pledge my full allegiance To all European Americans: To preserve our heritage and to protect our society by my spirit and deeds, I do so vow.

Louis Calabro. President European/American Issues Forum

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1212H El Camino Real

San Bruno, Ca. 94066 (650) 312 8284

[Editor’s Note: An account of the Zebra killings and how the investigation was blocked by the Nation of Islam and other blacks can be read here.]