SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — BART mob attack victims have filed a lawsuit against the transit agency, the victims’ lawyer Paul B. Justi said.
The complaint was filed on Thursday morning.
Justi said a suspect in one of the mob attacks who robbed one victim of his iPhone posted his haul of iPhones he or she stole on the victim’s iCloud account.
“Pretty brazen – showing off their haul,” Justi told KRON4.
Here is a copy of the complaint:
In response to a rise in crime in 2017, BART police called in their Critical Asset Protection Team.
Their role is to be a visible crime deterrent at BART stations, on the trains and on the platform.
However, violent crimes against passengers have continued.