Big Tech Exec Murdered on San Francisco Street

Photo of Bob Lee smiling for portrait

Bob Lee, 43… Life in the big city, eh?

All right, he was probably not wise to be walking around alone at 2:30 in the morning. That was the last thing MobileCoin executive Bob Lee ever did. He was stabbed to death and couldn’t get help (

(If you’re goin’ to San Francisco… don’t!)

He died with a cellphone in his hand, pleading for help. Police got there in six minutes but were already too late.

There are no suspects yet, no arrests, no explanation of what Mr. Lee was doing out there at 2:30 in the morning. Who walks around San Francisco at 2:30 a.m.? Maybe he was set up with a phone call that lured him out there.

Well– In a city where you’re always hearing “Defund the police!” and “Refuse to prosecute,” do you expect there to be law and order, or anything like domestic tranquility?

Our cities–at least, the ones “governed” (LOL) by Democrats–are turning into felons’ playgrounds. Los Angeles wants to empty out the prisons–boffo idea! Go for it!

3 comments on “Big Tech Exec Murdered on San Francisco Street

  1. San Francisco and Los Angeles used to be great cities. Now, in my opinion, neither is a particularly desirable place to live, or even visit. A friend recently moved out of the Bay Area, in utter disgust at what had happened to the greater community, in which he had lived. On more than one occasion, he has expressed his relief at being away from S.F. He had suffered any number of indignities, while living quietly in a prosperous suburb of S.F. and had had more than enough.

    I’ve only been through San Francisco once, but I used to visit LA regularly. In the last few years, I have quit visiting there, and have no desire to go back. It’s lost any charm it ever had.

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