A sheriff cadet is speaking out after he says that Board of Supervisors President Shamann Walton verbally attacked him and used a racial slur at a San Francisco City Hall security checkpoint.
“My main concern is clearing my name. I just want him to tell the truth,” said San Francisco Sheriff’s Cadet Emare Butler.
Butler said that his truth was explaining what happened when Walton was asked to take off his belt before going through security at San Francisco City Hall last June.
“We did make an agreement, between him and I, that if there wasn’t a crowd that I would wand him. But it was the weekend
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