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Several dozen protesters briefly blocked a Google bus Friday morning near San Francisco’s Dolores Park in order to raise awareness about a Google executive they say is evicting multiple tenants from a Mission District apartment.
The group then marched several blocks to the home of Jack Halprin, an attorney and Google’s head of e-discovery, who activists said bought and moved into an apartment building at 812 Guerrero two years ago and is evicting all its tenants to clear the building.
“This is the smoking gun — we’ve been waiting for a direct link to Google for a long time,” said Amanda Ream, an organizer. “It’s clear that Google is more directly implicated in the housing crisis than they want to say.”